Flynn’s classification, Computer Engineering

Flynn's Classification

Flynn's classification is based on multiplicity of data streams and instruction streams observed by the CPU during program execution. Let Ds and Is  are less  number of streams flowing at any point in the implementation, then the computer organisation

 

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