Objectives-classification of parallel computers , Computer Engineering

Objectives

After going through this unit, you should be able to:

  • Describe the diffrent criteria on which classification of parallel computers are based;
  • Examine the Flynn's classification based on data streams and instruction;
  • Explain the Structural classification based on dissimilar computer organisations;
  • Describe the Handler's classification based on three distinct levels of computer: Arithmetic logic unit (ALU), Processor control unit (PCU)Bit-level circuit (BLC), and
  • Explain the sub-tasks or instructions of a program that can be implememnted in parallel based on the grain size.

 

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