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This original text provides comprehensive coverage of parallel algorithms and architectures, beginning with fundamental concepts and continuing through architectural variations and aspects of implementation. Unlike the authors of similar texts, Professor Parhami reviews the circuit model and problemdriven parallel machines, variants of mesh architectures, and composite and hierarchical systems, among other subjects. With its balanced treatment of theory and practical designs, classtested lecture material and problems, and helpful case studies, the book is suited to graduate and upperlevel undergraduate students of advanced architecture or parallel processing.
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