Flynn’s classification, Computer Engineering

Flynn's Classification

 This classification was early proposed and studied by Michael Flynn in 1972. Flynn did not believe the machine architecture for organization of parallel computers; he introduced the method of instruction and data streams for sorting of computers. All the computers established by Flynn are not parallel computers, but to clutch the concept of parallel computers, it is essential to understand all types of Flynn's classification. Since, this classification is depend on data streams and instruction, first we need to recognized how the instruction cycle works.

 

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