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  • Of similar great importance is the parallelization of the most important conditions. Cited from Criminal Psychology, by Hans Gross
  • Thus, though this first stage in the parallelization process and seems easy at first it may not be so.
  • The less the value of e the better the parallelization.
  • The speed-up of a program from parallelization is limited by how much of the program can be parallelized.
  • These techniques dealt with parallelization sections with specific system in mind like loop or particular section of code.
  • Also, hybrid models are being proposed in which a two-level approach of parallelization is undertaken.
  • Luckily, parallelization is possible, so the project can benefit from running on multiple machines.
  • It states that a small portion of the program which cannot be parallelized will limit the overall speed-up available from parallelization.
  • Despite decades of work by compiler researchers, automatic parallelization has had only limited success.
  • Runit features parallelization of the start up of system services, which can speed up the boot time of the operating system.
  • The maximum possible speed-up of a single program as a result of parallelization is known as Amdahl's law.
  • Parallelization across time zones allows for massive increases of work production while decreasing costs.
  • Another key strength is that it is readily amenable to efficient massive parallelization, making it highly effective for very large systems.
  • SIMD instructions allow easy parallelization of algorithms commonly involved in sound, image, and video processing.
  • MPI is used for parallelization, but the code can also be run non-parallel on a simple PC.
  • Dataflow languages also allow automatic parallelization, which is likely to become one of the greatest programming challenges of the future.
  • This continues to cause extensive parallelization even where ideology rarely plays a role, such as in first aid services, automotive organizations, and science.
  • Both hardware and software parallelization can be applied.
  • Due to the inherent difficulties in full automatic parallelization, several easier approaches exist to get a parallel program in higher quality.
  • In a second level, Newton-X takes advantage of parallelization of the third-party programs with which it is interfaced.
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