parallelize

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  • The speed-up of a program from parallelization is limited by how much of the program can be parallelized.
  • This does not mean that the code cannot be parallelized.
  • This can be especially useful in tasks that can be heavily parallelized.
  • It states that a small portion of the program which cannot be parallelized will limit the overall speed-up available from parallelization.
  • Often this task is difficult since the programmer who wants to parallelize the code has not originally written the code under consideration.
  • Some tools parallelize only special form of code like loops.
  • Sometimes they are used for switching the current to back-up lines or for parallelizing circuits in case of failure.
  • Those loops are not only hard to parallelize, but they also perform horribly.
  • Merge sort parallelizes well due to use of the divide-and-conquer method.
  • The need is also non-trivial because large amount of legacy code written over the past few decades needs to be reused and parallelized.
  • Its charter goes beyond pretty pictures; the application is an infrastructure for parallelized, general post-processing of extremely massive data sets.
  • The task of parallelizing TEBD could be achieved in various ways.
  • The extra overhead that can be associated with using multiple processors can eat into the potential speedup of parallelized code.
  • The basic design is a client-server model, where the server is parallelized.
  • If it were not fast enough, it could be parallelized, by predicting target addresses of target branches.
  • The dance can be parallelized today with the dance Tsifteteli.
  • This relieves domain programmers from the need for parallelizing their own code and leaves them focusing on their domain.
  • Chip-multiprocessors however were expected to be heavily used in all areas of computing such as with parallelized consumer applications.
  • Scale-out, in-memory technology allows smart caching for small or huge datasets using more computers to parallelize the efforts, as needed.
  • They used the common parallelized version of Pollard rho method.
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Meaning of parallelize

  • verb Place parallel to one another