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par·al·lel·ism

(par'ă-lel-izm),
1. The state of being structurally parallel.
2. In psychology, the mind-body doctrine that for every conscious process a corresponding or parallel organic process exists, without asserting a causal interrelation between the two.
[para- + G. allēlōn, of one another, fr. allos, other]

parallelism

see CONVERGENCE.

par·al·lel·ism

(par'ă-lel-izm)
State of being structurally parallel.
[para- + G. allēlōn, of one another, fr. allos, other]
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Additional Key Words and Phrases: Compilation, control flow graphs, instruction-level parallelism, irreducibility, node splitting, reducibility.
This line of research is more evolutionary than revolutionary, but because of its importance we can expect considerable resources will be expended to increase the degree of instruction-level parallelism from the current figure of about four instructions at a time to 3-4 times that number.
To achieve high performance, contemporary computer systems rely on two forms of parallelism: instruction-level parallelism (ILP) and thread-level parallelism (TLP).

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