The standard parallel
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Every 24 miles along the baseline and at each standard parallel
, the surveyors laid out another line and ran it due North until it intersected with the next standard parallel
Users can also print directly from a PC via standard parallel
You may need to tinker with your system configuration to make sure that it is set to EPP (enhanced parallel port) to make use of this speed, but the standard parallel
port transfer rate of 1.2-MB/sec.
Also, industry standard parallel
programming environments, such as MPI, PVM, and BSP, commonplace across the spectrum of high-end supercomputers, are also available for, and are well suited to, Beowulf-class systems.
The dynamic geometry of the plan cleverly conceals the fact that the housing is economically built largely with straight buildings between standard parallel
However, the general-purpose approach I've outlined might represent a significant step toward a very large use of parallel computing in many application areas for developing portable and standard parallel
All Eagleware programs run on 80286/386/486/Pentium systems with DOS 3.1 +, 640 Kbytes of conventional memory, a coprocessor, EGA/VGA video, a standard parallel
port and 2-12 M of hard disk space.
The optional separate Parallel adapter is plugged into the Portfolio bus and a standard parallel
cable connects both the Portfolio and a PC for file transfers.
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The line has an industry standard parallel
ATA (PATA) interface, and it is optimized for proprietary computers.
Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) will be replacing SCSI in the near future, just as SATA has begun to replace standard Parallel