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  • adj. Alternative spelling of parallelized.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If the Paris text cannot be parallelised, it will form a separate volume.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • JavaScript does not permit more than a single execution queue - scripts must be run to completion, in order, and must not be parallelised in such a way that it can be detected from script.

    Avencius - Comments

  • The parallelised floating point vector processors can pump out up to 20Gflops performance.

    The Inquirer

  • Loading is currently restricted to one node, rather than being parallelised across multiple nodes, for example, and the company will need to deliver these and other features in a timely manner in order to compete technologically with the established players.

    Independent Information Technology and business analysis from IT-Director.com

  • Using those two together, bzr's parallelised test suite has been improved as well, allowing it to include the log file for tests run in separate processes (previously it was silently discarded).

    Planet Ubuntu

  • Whole classes of concurrency bugs don't show up until code is stressed on highly parallelised hardware.

    a little madness

  • The CCR and DSS Toolkit allows developers to create applications that are highly parallelised and distributed across a network

    TechNet Blogs

  • Despite the recent rise of multicore CPUs, it's by far the most parallelised PC-compatible computer chip.

    PC Plus

  • The net result of the combined efforts of Microsoft, Nvidia and AMD should see a huge increase in parallelised application performance.

    PC Plus

  • With some workloads particularly well suited to being heavily parallelised, GPGPUs have become increasingly popular as being significantly better suited to the task.

    Atomic

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