What is the difference between parallel processing and multiprocessing?
Microkernel architecture Multithreading Multiprocessing
Micro Kernel architecture Multithreading Multiprocessing
multiprocessing is what men do, and multi tasking is what men cant do
Actually, hyperthreading is Intel's name for its implementation of simultaneous multithreading.
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asymmetric uses different kinds of processorssymmetric uses identical processors everywhere
A symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system is one in which each processor runs an identical copy of the operating system on each processor. In an asymmetric multiprocessing, system, each processor is assigned a specific tasks. An example of this would be a master- slave relationship between one processor and “the rest”.
a multiprocessor is a small chip insisde a computer system and a multiprocessing system is a computer that is able to have multiple people running processes on a computer at the same time without affecting other users.
types of multiprogramming and difference bet multiprocessing and multiprogramming?
Multithreading:Multithreading is a process of executing multiple threads simultaneously.The concept of threads provides a mechanism to make maximum utilization of CPU.Basically a thread is a light weight process.Both multithreading and multiprocessing are used to achieve multitasking.But multithreaing is more effective than multiprocessing because multithreading share common memory area but multitasking will allocate separate memory area for each and every process.Executing several tasks simultaneously is called multitasking. Multitasking is used for maximum utilization of cpu.Multitasking:Mutitasking is achieved in two ways:process based multitaskingThread based multitaskingfor more details go through this website