Objective of parallel algorithms, Computer Networking

 After studying this part the students will be able to understand about the following:

  • Analysis of Parallel Algorithms;
  • Different Models of Computation;

o   Interconnection Networks

                   o   Combinational Circuits

                   o   PRAM

  • Sorting Computation, and
  • Matrix Computation.

 

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