Multiple program multiple data, Computer Engineering

Like SPMD, MPMD is actually a "high level" programming model that can be built upon any combination of the previously mentioned parallel programming models.

MPMD applications typically have multiple executable object files (programs). While the application is being run in parallel, each task can be executed on the same or different program. In this model all tasks may use different data.

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