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Multiprocessing - Many Processors Many users Many Programs 

Multiprocessing or also  called  distributed processing system  provides solution to problems of above  timesharing  systems.  In this  systems also a powerful  computer mini or mainframe is connected to many microcomputer ( terminals with processors) instead of simple  dumb terminals  as shown in figure  many tasks are performed locally on  user  processor however a user can access the computing power  memory etc of  the large computer  when  needed.

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