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    Parallel Computing

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    PARALLEL ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE Parallel Computing, in its basic sense, is multiple operations being carried out simultaneously, that is, a problem can be divided into sub problems which can be solved concurrently. Throughout the history, attempts have been made and have been successful to increase the degree of parallelism in computing as much as possible. During this course, many restrictions have been encountered and alongside the possible solutions were suggested by the brightest minds. Parallelism

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    In a Parallel Universe

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    normal life. George and Benjamin get out of the time travel machine and normal Dan comes in, they hug him and tell him about the parallel universe, and he starts trying to go there. Benjamin and George then go to the lobby and hug Mr. Gordon and Nancy. Their mom comes in and they hug her too, they tell everybody the whole story about how they time traveled to a parallel universe using Dan's machine, the whole hotel was skeptical about their story and didn't worry about it. Later that evening, In George

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    Tender Is the Night Parallels Fitzgerald’s Life Away! Away! for I will fly to thee, Not charioted by Bacchus and his pards, But on the viewless wings of Poesy Though the dull brain perplexes and retards: Already with thee! Tender is the night… -From “Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats Charles Scribner III in his introduction to the work remarks that “the title evokes the transient, bittersweet, and ultimately tragic nature of Fitzgerald’s ‘Romance’ (as he had originally

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    that the nation was facing the same events that Salem went through back in the late 1600's. Arthur Miller wrote "The Crucible" in an attempt to create moral awareness for society. He did so by making a few small changes to the history and creating parallels in the play with racism, human tendencies, and H.U.A.C. Miller completed "The Crucible" in the 1950's. At that time, America was engulfed in the civil rights movement. Racism was a huge issue and people were fighting for equality and respect. African

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    To Kill a Mockingbird:  Parallels and Differences Jill McCorkle's Ferris Beach, a contemporary novel, shares numerous characteristics with Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, a novel written in the 1960's. Like To Kill a Mockingbird, McCorkle's novel documents the life of a young girl in a small southern town. The two narrators, Kate Burns and Scout Finch, endure difficult encounters. A study of these main characters reveals the parallels and differences of the two novels. Jill McCorkle duplicates

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    Parallels Within The Stranger (The Outsider) The Stranger by Albert Camus is a story of a sequence of events in one man's life that cause him to question the nature of the universe and his position in it. The book is written in two parts and each part seems to reflect in large degree the actions occurring in the other. There are curious parallels throughout the two parts that seem to indicate the emotional state of Meursault, the protagonist, and his view of the world. Meursault is a fairly average

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    A History of Contention:Analyzing Parallels in the Rhetoric of the Religious Right One hundred and fifty-six years ago, in 1848, when the first Women’s Rights Convention was held in the quiet town of Seneca Falls, New York, the concept that women were entitled to fully enfranchised citizenship was a completely foreign concept. Ideas expressed and rights demanded at that convention, and at early feminist conventions organized throughout the next seventy years, were considered ridiculous. Suffrage

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    Hesse's Siddhartha as it Parallels Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Several parallels can be drawn between the psychologist Abraham Maslow's theoretical hierarchy of needs and the spiritual journey of Siddhartha, the eponymous main character in Herman Hesse's novel.  Maslow's hierarchy of needs is somewhat of a pyramid that is divided into eight stages of need through which one progresses throughout one's entire life. During the course of his lifetime, Siddhartha's personality develops in a manner

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    Parallel Implementation of MPEG4

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    Abstract “Parallel Implementation of MPEG-4 Encoding over a Cluster of Workstations” is a research project and a project proposal to reduce the delay involved in the MPEG-4 encoding process. As a case study we take Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham which is a multi-campus Deemed University, one of its own kinds in India. All the campuses are connected through satellite provided by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization). A number of e-learning classes, guest lectures and meetings are conducted across

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    Bean and Ender have many similarities that set them apart from their peers in times of peril. Their intelligence made them the most promising weapon in the war against the buggers, rating highest among the smartest children in the world. This is surprising on account of the dissimilarities of their lifestyles before they went to battle school. However, before and during battle school Bean and Ender had to cope with being small. Ender and Bean were both prodigies in their time, but ironically they

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