Reduction of Complexity and Automation of Parallel Execution through Loop Level Parallelism

@article{Tefft2007ReductionOC,
  title={Reduction of Complexity and Automation of Parallel Execution through Loop Level Parallelism},
  author={Robert A. Tefft and Roger Y. Lee},
  journal={Seventh International Conference on Quality Software (QSIC 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={304-308}
}
SIMD (single instruction multiple data) is a processor architecture classification from Flynn's taxonomy. The concept is that a single instruction set operates on multiple units of data simultaneously. Computers use this processor architecture are known as array processors or vector processors. Most computers in use today are SISD (single instruction single data) though allowing a single instruction to operate on multiple data can also be applied to a virtual machine that is capable of parallel… CONTINUE READING