Software Programs, from Sequential to Parallel
Oeconomics of Knowledge, 2009, vol. 1, issue 2, pages 17-23
Several methods can be applied to parallelize a program containing input/output operations but one of the most important challenges is to parallelize loops because they usually spend the most CPU time even if the code contained is very small. A loop could by parallelized by distributing iterations among processes. Every process will execute just a subset of the loop iterations range.
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