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parallelize

(ˈpærəlɛˌlaɪz) or

parallelise

vb (tr)
to draw parallels or points of similarity between (two things)
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Verb1.parallelize - place parallel to one another
lay, place, put, set, position, pose - put into a certain place or abstract location; "Put your things here"; "Set the tray down"; "Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children"; "Place emphasis on a certain point"
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The source confirmed that the intense bombardment led to parallelize the IS movement and prevent any progress towards the city of Kirkuk .
To parallelize programs on DMP, the Message Passing Interface (MPI) compilers directives have to be used.
Fujitsu Laboratories inserted a hold circuit between the selection circuit and look-ahead circuit, with the input and output of each hold circuit being synchronized, making it possible to parallelize these processes.
A new research note from an industry analyst cites the recently-announced capability of Kognitio to parallelize queries in the "R" scripting language, saying that it provides Kognitio with "further differentiation and should strengthen its claim to act as a specialist in-memory analytic platform that complements existing data warehousing and Hadoop deployments.
Typically the MCMC estimation is both time consuming and difficult to parallelize due to its sequential nature.
After background chapters on important algorithms, general-purpose graphic processors, and massively threaded programming and reconfigurable computing with field-programmable gate arrays, researchers in the field present recent approaches to parallelize bioinformatics applications on a variety of parallel architectures, including pairwise and multiple sequence alignment, the basic local alignment search tool, motif finding, pattern matching, sequence assembly, hidden Markov models, proteomics, and evolutionary tree reconstruction.
This allows us to be able to parallelize the optics in the same way that a microfluidic device parallelizes sample manipulation and delivery," said Ken Crozier, an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) who directed the research.
This programming cost leads researchers to parallelize only KD algorithms they are certain they want to use, foregoing the ability to try several different KD algorithms on full-scale data.
0 for Fortran, the industry-standard Application Program Interface (API) that allows programmers to parallelize applications on a multi-processor node.
This makes it difficult to parallelize or integrate many SET devices, since one does not know a priori whether a given gate voltage turns the device on or off.