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What is Multiprocessing? Multiprocessing is the simultaneous processing of the same task on two or more microprocessors in order to obtain faster results. The computer resources can include a single computer with multiple processors, or a number of computers connected by a network, or a combination of both. The processors access data through shared memory. Some supercomputer multiprocessing systems have hundreds of thousands of microprocessors. With the help of multiprocessing, a number of computations can be performed at once, bringing down the time required to complete a project. It is particularly useful in projects that require complex computations, such as weather modeling and digital special effects. Let's take a real-life example to understand the efficiency of this type of processing.
What is Research Laboratory? A laboratory (informally, lab) is a facility that provides controlled conditions in which scientific or technological research, experiments, and measurement may be performed. The labs can be used for: v v v v v Usability and Accessibility testing of OU online media Developmental testing of online course materials Research field work data capture (mobile Lab) Ambient technology research scenario mock up (e. g. Library, museum, dance floor, home) Focus group research data capture Research prototype device testing (e. g. interactive surface devices) Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) observations Podcast recording (individual) Eye tracking services
Technologies used in Multiprocessing
What does this course cover ? v Research Laboratory purpose v Product Development Process v Needed Work Environment v Virtual Machines v Hadoop In Practice, Map Reduce v Structured Data: Big Table & Hbase v Warehousing with Hive v Linux Commands v Java Collections v Java Realization v Working on Project