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  • adj. Able to be made parallel
  • adj. Whose tangent bundle is a trivial bundle


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  • If the destination is the bottleneck, it must be parallelizable.

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  • "The trouble is that a lot of traditional signal-processing algorithms are not parallelizable and therefore cannot take advantage of these new ideas." - latest science and technology news stories

  • The only reason graphics cards have so much processing power these days is that they solve massively parallelizable problems and don't need need high clock rates, just lots of cores. what's new online!

  • Unfortunately, not all tasks we want to preform are easily parallelizable. what's new online!

  • Everybody wants a piece of the compute resources, because more compute makes parallelizable analyses go faster.

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  • Of course I don't know if that particular paper's solution is parallelizable.

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  • A string is merely a list of characters, which only lets us handle it character by character (traditional sequential), or a naive transformation into a binary tree, which only gives us efficient bisection (parallelizable).

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  • A task is a lightweight object for managing a parallelizable unit of work. articles

  • We believe that with such advancements in place, developers could begin to write imperative, parallelizable code.

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  • We will also be working toward using our producer-consumer activity to eventually develop a parallelizable

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