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In a heterogeneous distributed memory parallel computer system, each of the processors has its own memory. Describing the system using queuing network, each of the processors has its own ready queue. Since the system has many I/O queues and I/O processors, therefore, the various processors with their various ready queues and the various I/O processors and(More)
From the queuing system approach, a compute intensive application can be defined as any application where the arrival rate of processes into the processors queue is greater than the overall departure rate of the processes from the processors. Such a compute intensive application is ideal for a parallel computer because there are always processes for the(More)
— Using a queuing approach to describe a shared memory parallel computer system, it can be considered as a parallel computer system with a shared single ready queue. This can depict a single queue parallel server queuing model. Some models that are based on probability density function have been used to model the performance of the queuing system. This(More)
In a heterogeneous parallel computer system, the computational power of each of the processors differs from one another. Furthermore, with distributed memory, the capacity of the memory, which is distributed to each of the processors, differs from one another. Using queuing system to describe a distributed memory heterogeneous parallel computer system, each(More)
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