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A Rule-based Parallel Processing to Speed-Up an Application

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5 Author(s)
Basco, J.R. ; Inst. of ICT, West Visayas State Univ., Iloilo, Philippines ; Gerardo, B.D. ; Dofitas, C. ; Tanguilig, B.
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Most people, at one point or another, have wondered at the extent of the capabilities of the materials they currently use. To some, this means establishing a point where they venture no farther -- a limit, if you will. To others, this is the start of where find out just where they can push the boundaries. Almost every multi-core, multiprocessor or multiple unit computer setups these days largely lack optimization in the field of parallel processing and load balancing. This system will substantially increase the effectiveness and speed of the aforementioned machine setups by introducing parallel processing - the separation of an application's processes into threads and distributing these among the processors or cores available and at the same time implementing a load balancing algorithm that will ensure optimal distribution of threads per processor.

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Commerce and Enterprise Computing (CEC), 2012 IEEE 14th International Conference on

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9-11 Sept. 2012