What’s the difference between instruction level parallelism (ILP) and processor level parallelism? That’s a question asked by a user of this site. Parallelism is the execution of two or more operations at the same time by homogenous functional units. There’s a good explanation of the two types of parallelism in the presentation embedded below. See … Continue reading “instruction level parallelism” and “processor level parallelism” → Read more >>>
‘Illustrate’ means show or make something clearer (or more interesting) by using pictures or examples.
‘Demonstrate’ means show, explain or prove something through actions or evidence.
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The words duty and tariff both refer to taxes due to the government on imported goods. The two words can often be used interchangeably, but occasionally only one is correct, as in the following examples: “How much duty did you have to pay?” “The minister spoke about the economic effect of tariffs.” As these examples … Continue reading Duty and Tariff → Read more >>>