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Mp System And Cpu Design Aspects

This tutorial is a component of the first part of the Volume Multi-Processor Systems series. It was created by Chris Rijk in 2002. The guide discusses Multi-processor scalability and CPU manufacturing effects using self-explanatory graphs. It covers the CPU and system design aspects for workstations and servers. This tutorial is an important guide for computer systems experts.


(Date Listed: Sat Apr 14 01:22:17 2007)

Mp Systems

This tutorial is a component of the first part of the Volume Multi-Processor Systems series. It was created by Chris Rijk in 2002. The guide discusses the single processor characteristics such as performance and scalability, and memory requirements using graphs for pictorial representation. It also provides an understanding of sizing using workstations and servers. This tutorial is an important guide for computer systems experts.


(Date Listed: Sat Apr 14 01:22:17 2007)

Multi-Processor Systems

This site is the introduction for the first part of the Volume Multi-Processor Systems series. It is created by Chris Rijk in 2002 as an online publication about single and multi processor systems targeted for expert computer systems professionals and enthusiasts. The topic is covered in three separate articles, this being the first part. The tutorial addresses single processor characteristics, CPU, and system design aspects.


(Date Listed: Sat Apr 14 01:21:56 2007)

Parallel Processing Sites

This site is an online repository for information about worldwide sites using Linux systems for parallel processing. Maintained by Prof. Hank Dietz from 1998, the page offers pictures, site particulars and contact details of parallel processing facilities worldwide. The entries are ordered in reverse chronology with most recent facility listed first, and readers are encouraged to list their parallel processing facility information on this web page.


(Date Listed: Thu Oct 20 12:54:23 2011)

Parallel Processing

This tutorial is a how-to document for Linux Parallel Processing. It is authored by Hank Dietz in 1998. The document illustrates upon four fundamental methods available for parallel processing to Linux users. It discusses the parallel processing execution model and includes the basic terminology. It is an essential guide for Linux users looking for high-speed program execution.


(Date Listed: Thu Oct 20 12:54:23 2011)