It will therefore be compatible with the technologies used to Cenaero successfully in the past, that is to say, a cluster of servers distributed memory based on x86 processors made by an operating system family GNU / Linux system communicating through a rapid interconnection.
What does DM stand for?
DM stands for Distributed Memory
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 96 other meanings of DM in our Acronym Attic
- Disease Management
- Disk Manager
- Dispersion Management
- Dispersion Measure
- Display Management
- Dispositif Médicaux (French: Medical Device)
- Distance Multiplier (NIOSH)
- Distinguished Member
- Distortion Method
- Distortion Method (band)
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9781612331041 Vision-based robot navigation; quest for intelligent approaches using a sparse distributed memory.
Additionally, PacificHost added Memcached which is a distributed memory object caching system.
A detailed discussion of our implementation is presented, along with results on two distributed memory architectures.
As a result, large complex models can be handled without performance penalties, This is an advantage over the distributed memory typical of clusters.
It has features that simplify development of large or complex applications and offers unrivaled support for applications that use message passing, multithreading, OpenMP and other parallel programming techniques that enable applications on both distributed memory and shared memory multiprocessor computers.
HP calls the scheme its Scalable Computing Architecture, and says it combines the benefits of SMP and distributed memory (clustering) architectures.
But the notion of a widely distributed memory system, he says, takes into account the fact that messages in the central nervous system do not travel a straight path; each neuron typically receives information from many surrounding neurons and transmits messages to many other neurons, including some or all of those from which it receives input.