Single program multiple data, Computer Engineering

SPMD is actually a "high level" programming model that can be built upon any combination of the previously mentioned parallel programming models. A single program is executed by all tasks simultaneously. SPMD programs usually have the necessary logic programmed into them to allow different tasks to branch or conditionally execute only those parts of the program they are designed to execute. That is, tasks do not necessarily have to execute the entire program, they may execute only a portion of it. In this model, different tasks may use different data.

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