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SMMSocial Media Marketing
SMMScience Museum of Minnesota
SMMSuper Mario Maker (video game; Nintendo)
SMMStatens Maritima Museer (Swedish: National Maritime Museums)
SMMSony Music Marketing, Inc. (Japan)
SMMSales & Marketing Management (various locations)
SMMSystem Management Mode
SMMSelf Made Man
SMMSumitomo Metal Mining Co., Ltd. (Japan)
SMMScalable Multi Media
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SMMSystem'S Manager Manual
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SMMSlot Missed Message
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SMMShared Memory Multiprocessors
SMMShipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology (Germany)
SMMStrategic Marketing Montreal (Canada)
SMMSystem Manager's Manual
SMMSchweizer Maschinenmarkt
SMMSolar Maximum Mission
SMMShape Memory Material
SMMSociedad Matemática Mexicana
SMMSecondary Mortgage Market (various locations)
SMMSummary of Material Modification
SMMSociety for Marine Mammalogy
SMMSenior Marketing Manager (job title)
SMMState Medicaid Manual
SMMStandard Method of Measurement (building works)
SMMSingle Monthly Mortality (rate)
SMMShut My Mouth
SMMSales Marketing Messe (German: Sales Marketing Fair)
SMMScots Musical Museum (publication; UK)
SMMSub-Millimeter (wavelength)
SMMSistema Mass Media (Russia)
SMMSun Myung Moon (founder of the Unification Movement)
SMMSmith-Midland Corporation (Boston Stock Exchange symbol)
SMMSaint Mary Magdalene (various locations)
SMMSemporna, Sabah, Malaysia - Semporna (Airport Code)
SMMStreaming Multimedia
SMMSenior Move Manager
SMMShift Maintenance Manager (various companies)
SMMSession Management Module
SMMSmall and Medium Manufacturer
SMMStatistical Multifragmentation Model (nuclear physics)
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SMMSmart Mod Manager (software)
SMMSurface Meter per Minute (measurement)
SMMSpiral Mode Microstrip (antenna)
SMMSanté, Maladie, Malheur (French: Health, Disease, Woe; Muséum National d'Histoire Naturell; France)
SMMStack Matrix Module
SMMStade Multisports de Montrouge (French: Multisports Stadium of Montrouge; France)
SMMSurface Maintenance Manager
SMMState Machine Model
SMMShared Memory Module
SMMServicing Mission Manager
SMMStationary Markov Model
SMMSpectrum Management Methodology
SMMSystem Maintenance Manual
SMMSystem Maturity Matrix
SMMSee My Message
SMMSystèmes Mécaniques et Matériaux (French: Materials and Mechanical Systems)
SMMSpecial Mission Mandatory Modification
SMMSession and Mobility Management
SMMShipment Management Module
SMMShipment Management Model
SMMSociété Morbihannaise de Modelage (French mold design company)
SMMSeamless Message Management
SMMSpiral Motion Massage
SMMSoftware Measurement Metamodel
SMMSuccinate Minimal Medium
SMMServicio de Material Móvil (Guatemala police special service)
SMMSociété Méridionale de Matériels (French: Southern Materials Company)
SMMComfort of Mary, Saint Montfort Missionaries (religious order)
SMMSalary Management Module
SMMStandard Modular Multiplication
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Effectiveness of hardware-based stride and sequential prefetching in shared-memory multiprocessors.
Fixed and adaptive sequential prefetching in shared-memory multiprocessors.
In this article, we explore a new approach to building large-scale shared-memory machines that leverages small- to medium-scale shared-memory multiprocessors as the building block for larger systems.
Algorithms for scalable synchronization on shared-memory multiprocessors.
Shared-memory multiprocessors cover a wide range of prices and features, from commodity SMPs to large high-performance cc-NUMA machines.
Coping with memory latency is a fundamental challenge in large-scale shared-memory multiprocessors.
For the purposes of this article, the innovative hardware is scalable shared-memory multiprocessors, but the issues are similar for any hardware innovation that requires significant changes in the system software.
The key, to improving the reliability of shared-memory multiprocessors is to provide fault containment.
Kendall Square Research introduced their KSR 1 scalable, shared-memory multiprocessors (smP) with 1,088 64-bit microprocessors.
The taxonomy of the tera candidates, shown in Figure 3, includes only shared-memory multiprocessors and various multicomputers (MIMDs).
Smith was honored for his contributions to the design and implementations of scalable shared-memory multiprocessors.