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distributed processing

[distrib′yətid]
Etymology: L, distribuere, to distribute
a combination of local and remote computer terminals in a network connected to a central computer to divide the workload.
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The MathWorks today introduced its new Distributed Computing Toolbox, which enables engineers and scientists to execute MATLAB(R) algorithms and Simulink(R) models in a cluster of computers.
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