Parallelism conditions, Computer Engineering

Parallelism Conditions

As discussed earlier, parallel computing needs that the segments to be implemented in parallel must be free of each other. Thus, before implementing parallelism, all the conditions of parallelism among the segments must be examined. In this part, we discuss three types of dependency conditions among the segments


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