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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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In the future, distributed intelligence will allow selective, cost-justifiable deployment of additional network services for security, network management, wireless, and gigabit access, to name but a few.
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It implies that distributed intelligence deserves more attention in the classroom.
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This distributed intelligence is achieved by a state-of-the-art processing engine called a D-BRIC.
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Distributed intelligence to a door-by-door expandable network provides easy installation and system resilience while freeing the PC for other operations.
But Gore's idea of distributed intelligence does not in any way endorse the significance of dispersed, local knowledge.
Automated multi-station loading system has distributed intelligence, simplified wiring.
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