Parallel Computing

Parallel Computing also known as parallel processing is a type of computing architecture in which several processors execute or process an application or computation simultaneously. Parallel computing helps in performing large computations by dividing the workload between more than one processor, all of which work through the computation at the same time. Most supercomputers employ parallel computing principles to operate. Parallel Computing includes high performance architecture, system software, programming systems and tools, and applications. Within this context the journal covers all aspects of high-end parallel computing.

Following is the list of topics under Parallel Computing which is prepared after detailed analysis of courses taught in multiple universities across the globe:

  • Content Addressable Parallel Processor
  • Designing Parallel Programs
  • Flynn's Classical Taxonomy
  • Limits and Costs of Parallel Programming
  • Parallel Computer Memory Architectures : Shared & Distributed
  • Simple Heat Equation
  • Synchronous programming
  • Von Neumann Computer Architecture