Multiprocessor performances for dynamic programming

A new generation of microprocessors called transputers provide support for multiprocessing and communications. This paper compares performances obtained with different processors (68000 μP, signal processors, transputers) in single and multiprocessor configurations for a typical dynamic programming application. Dynamic programming is used on a multiprocessor architecture in order to compute automatically terrain elevation in a reasonable time


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Microprocessing & Microprogramming, 28, 91-4
Year:
1990
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