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standard parallel

[′stan·dərd ′par·ə‚lel]
(mapping)
A parallel on a map or chart along which the scale is as stated for that map or chart.
(geodesy)
The parallel or parallels of latitude used as control lines in the computation of a map projection.

standard parallel

One or more parallels on a map or chart along which the scale is as stated for that map or chart. See standard meridian.
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The convergence of meridians requires adjusting the grid at each standard parallel and guide meridian.
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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 software.
1 +, 640 Kbytes of conventional memory, a coprocessor, EGA/VGA video, a standard parallel port and 2-12 M of hard disk space.
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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 ATA.
To provide network printing, scanning and faxing, the home print server needs a single, standard parallel cable connection to the printer, a phone-cord connection to a telephone wall jack and the installation of special software.
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They represent the first serious step to providing standard parallel programming constructs that can be efficiently supported across a variety of parallel systems, including both SIMD and MIMD designs.

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