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# 6 Describe the differences between symmetric and asymmetric multiprocessing?

# Difference between a symmetrical shape and an asymmetrical shape?

symmetrical is where if you split it in half it would look the same on both sides but flipped over and asymmetrical is where each side is different thank you. you really hel…ped me.

# What is difference between symmetric and asymmetric compression?

symmetric compression A data compression technique that takes about the same amount of time to compress as it does to decompress. asymmetric compression A data compr…ession technique that typically takes more time to compress than it does to decompress. Some asymmetric compression methods take longer to decompress, which would be suited for backup files that are constantly being compressed and rarely decompressed.

# Difference between symmetric and asymmetric key cryptography?

Symmetric cryptography uses the same secret (private) key to encrypt and decrypt its data whereas asymmetric uses both a public and private key. Symmetric requires that the se…cret key be known by the party encrypting the data and the party decrypting the data. Asymmetric allows for distribution of your public key to anyone with which they can encrypt the data they want to send securely and then it can only be decoded by the person having the private key. This eliminates the need of having to give someone the secret key (as with symmetric encryption) and risk having it compromised. The issue with asymmetric is that it is about 1000 times slower than symmetric encryption which makes it impractical when trying to encrypt large amounts of data. Also to get the same security strength as symmetric, asymmetric must use strong a stronger key than symmetric. If you do a quick search on the differences between symmetric and asymmetric you can find many more explanations. This just a quick overview.

# What is the difference between symmetric and asymmetric cryptography?

From another user: Symmetric cryptography uses the same secret (private) key to encrypt and decrypt its data whereas asymmetric uses both a public and private key. Symmetric r…equires that the secret key be known by the party encrypting the data and the party decrypting the data. Asymmetric allows for distribution of your public key to anyone with which they can encrypt the data they want to send securely and then it can only be decoded by the person having the private key. This eliminates the need of having to give someone the secret key (as with symmetric encryption) and risk having it compromised. The issue with asymmetric is that it is about 1000 times slower than symmetric encryption which makes it impractical when trying to encrypt large amounts of data. Also to get the same security strength as symmetric, asymmetric must use strong a stronger key than symmetric.

# Difference between symmetric and asymmetric processors?

in assymetric processor the operating system typically sets aside one or more processors for its exclusive use while in symetric processors are used to get higher levels of pe…rformance, any processor here can run any type of thread, they communicate with each other through shared memory

# What is the fundamental difference between symmetric and asymmetric encryption?

Symmetric encryption requires a single key known only to the authorized parties. Asymmetric encryption uses a pair of keys, one key available publicly (the "public key" and on…e key k(the "private key" or "secret key" own only to the person the public key belongs to. Symmetric encryption uses the same key to both encrypt and decrypt. Asymmetric encryption uses one key to encrypt and a different one to decrypt. If the owner is encrypting, they use the private key to encrypt and the recipient uses the corresponding public key to decrypt the message. If the owner is the recipient, the sender uses the public key to encrypt and the owner/recipeint uses their private key to decrypt.

# Difference between asymmetric and symmetric multiprocessing and simple multiprocessors?

A symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system is one in which each\nprocessor runs an identical copy of the operating system on each processor. In\nan asymmetric multiprocessing, s…ystem, each processor is assigned a specific\ntasks. An example of this would be a master- slave relationship between one\nprocessor and Ă˘Â€Âśthe restĂ˘Â€Âť.

# What is the Difference between symmetric and asymmetric design?

Symmetric means that the design of the image is balanced and both sides are equal. An asymmetric image is when the design does not repeat itself so if you fold it in half the …designs will not meet in the same areas.

# What are the differences between symmetric and asymmetric key encryption?

Symmetric encryption requires one key available to both parties. Asymmetric encryption uses two keys, one encryption key available publicly and one decryption key available on…ly to the recipient.

# What is the difference between symmetrical balance and asymmetrical balance?

A symmetrical balance has its fulcrum at the midpoint of the horizontal bar and equal weights at either end. In an asymetrical balance the fulcrum is not at the centre and co…nsequently the weights on the two sides are in inverse proportion to the lengths of the horizontal bar to the fulcrum.

# What is a difference between symmetrical and asymmetrical broadband?

If it's like the DSL terminology, these terms refer to the upload/download speeds. Symmetrical means that the upload (sending) speed is the same as the download (receiving) sp…eed. Asymmetrical means that the upload and download speeds are not the same. This is the most common, especially for home use. Typically the download speed is faster than the upload speed (more data is usually downloaded than uploaded). If somebody was running a website or server, they might want the opposite, because they would be sending out more than receiving. Asymmetrical is more common, because it makes better use of the resources. For simplicity, say you decide to pay for the equivalent of a total bandwidth of 30 Mbps (megabits per second). They could either allocate the resources as 25 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload, or 15 & 15. So depending on your needs, if you download a lot, you'd probably want the faster download speed, without having to pay for the faster upload speed, which you may not really need.

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# What is the difference between symmetric and asymmetric information?

Symmetric means the same each side, assymetric is different each side.

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# What is the difference between asymmetric and symmetric multiprocessing?

asymmetric uses different kinds of processors .
symmetric uses identical processors everywhere .

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# Difference between symmetric and asymmetric key algorithms?

When using symmetric algorithms, both parties share the same keyfor en- and decryption. To provide privacy, this key needs to bekept secret. Once someone else gets to know the… key, it is not safeany more. Symmetric algorithms have the advantage of not consumingtoo much computing power. Ex:DES, Triple-DES Asymmetric algorithms use pairs of keys. One is used for encryptionand the other one for decryption. The decryption key is typicallykept secretly, therefore called private key or secret key, whilethe encryption key is spread to all who might want to sendencrypted messages, therefore called public key.

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# Difference between symmetric and asymmetric key encryption?

Symmetric Encryption In symmetric encryption,also known as shared key encryption, the sender and recipient of amessage share a single general password, pass phrase or key. In…other words, data is encrypted and decrypted using the same key.Symmetric encryption algorithms are simpler, quicker and requirefewer computer resources, such as processing power and memory, thanasymmetric encryption algorithms. However, they cannot be usedunless the sender and recipient have already exchanged encryptionkeys. Asymmetric Encryption In asymmetric encryption,also known a public/private encryption, two associated keys, knownas public and private keys, are used to encrypt and decrypt data.The public key is distributed freely to anybody who might want tosend a message, but the private key is kept secret and neverdistributed. Asymmetric encryption algorithms are more complex andslower .

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# What is the differences between Asymmetric multiprocessing and symmetric multiprocessing?

-In SMP mode, a single operating system (OS) runs on all processors,which access a single image of the OS in the memory. The OS isresponsible for extracting parallelism in the… application. Itdynamically partitions tasks across the processors, manages theordering of task completion, and controls the sharing of allresources between the cores. - InAMP mode, the processor cores in the device are largely unaware ofeach other. Separate OS images exist in main memory, though theremay be a shared location for interprocessor communications. AMP maytake the form of multiple instances of the same non-SMP-awareOS.