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... the Society of Mind theory, which views the biological brain as massively parallel computer.

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Also known as "stored-program computer" - both program instructions and data are kept in electronic ...

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Parallel computing is a type of computing architecture in which several processors execute or process an application or computation simultaneously. Parallel ...

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In computers parallel processing is the processing of program instructions by dividing them among multiple processors with the objective of running a pr...

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Parallel processing allows computer programs to run faster because of the use of more CPUs. Learn more about parallel processing at HowStuffWorks.

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Parallel computing: examples, definitions, explanations. ... Definition: Parallel computing is the use of two or more processors (cores, computers) in combination ...

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Parallel Computer Architecture Models - Learn Parallel Computer Architecture starting from the Introduction, Convergence of Parallel Architectures, Parallel ...

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Jul 1, 2008 ... Anyone who has ever waited minutes, hours, or even days for software to complete a biomedical computation will be happy to hear that almost ...

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To exploit the power of cluster computers, parallel programs must direct multiple processors to solve different parts of a computation simultaneously.