American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A method of computing in which different parts of a task are distributed between two or more similar central processing units, allowing the computer to complete operations more quickly and to handle larger, more complex procedures.
- n. simultaneous processing by two or more processing units
- multi- + processing (Wiktionary)
“C extensions, such as multiprocessing, ctypes, cStringIO, et cetera can be found in”
“Vlad: Python 2.6 and 3.0 contain a "multiprocessing" module that can help here.”
“Major improvements to the design infrastructure, such as multiprocessing and precise correlation throughout the integrated design environment from implementation to signoff have enabled both tremendous performance improvements and greatly enhanced quality of results.”
“PlayBook features a 1GHz dual core processor taking advantage of symmetric multiprocessing.”
“RIM touts the PlayBook -- due out in early 2011 at an unannounced price -- as "the first multiprocessing, multitasking, uncompromised browsing, enterprise-ready professional-grade tablet.”
“The challenge of multiprocessing has been around for decades.”
“It aids developers in building parallel C++ or C applications for multicore or multiprocessing systems.”
“The CPU core and all on-chip hardware accelerators and peripheral interfaces are connected through a 64-bit AXI bus running at 166MHz, allowing ample input/output bandwidth for handling the multiprocessing requirements in real-life applications.”
“Chick with PhizzleDizzle, a blog about the world of Computer Science, writes about Kunle Olukoton, the brains behind Sun Niagara and server-class chip multiprocessing platform.”
“That's harder to do when the core of the data center consists of large Unix symmetrical multiprocessing boxes or mainframes.”
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