In contrast, the DFSC processor exhibits MIMD
functionality, its interconnect is crossbar-like so that intermediate results are asynchronously passed directly from a data-flow functional unit to another avoiding so to store partial results, and its context switching is managed by the Context Configuration Manager (CCM) according to the operations to be executed.
Hence, it is assumed that the MIMD
either activate a new call in the coverage of both UMTS and Wireless LAN network (CUWN) or the roaming MIMD
with an active call with UMTS network enters in the CUWN region from the coverage of only UMTS network (CUN).
(multiple instruction streams / multiple data streams)
, EIED como NBA, muestran una mejoria sobre el algoritmo BEB, como se observa en la Figura 5.
From the late 1980s to the early 1990s, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) relied primarily on multiprocessor vector systems, while Caltech emphasized distributed-memory MIMD
systems with hundreds of processors.
computers employ a multitude of relatively high powered processors that can execute independent instruction streams on local data.
In massively parallel MIMD
systems, the topology plays a crucial role in issues such as communication performance, hardware cost, potentialities for efficient applications and fault tolerance capabilities.
Prefetching in file systems for MIMD
A SIMD implementation targeting a 16K processor MASPAR is discussed in Watkins , and an MIMD
implementation for distributed-memory architectures is presented in Henry et al.
Inter-procedural compilation of Fortran D for MIMD
The Charm++ language supports both the MIMD
and SPMD style.
The Intel Paragon [Groscup 1992] is a MIMD
computer with a mesh topology.