Parallel Architectures

@inproceedings{Flynn1996ParallelA,
  title={Parallel Architectures},
  author={Michael J. Flynn and Kevin W. Rudd},
  booktitle={The Computer Science and Engineering Handbook},
  year={1996}
}
Parallel or concurrent operation has many different forms within a computer system. Using a model based on the different streams used in the computation process, we represent some of the different kinds of parallelism available. A stream is a sequence of objects such as data, or of actions such as instructions. Each stream is independent of all other streams, and each element of a stream can consist of one or more objects or actions. We thus have four combinations that describe most familiar… CONTINUE READING

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