Advanced Multiple Processor Configuration Study.
TELEDYNE BROWN ENGINEERING HUNTSVILLE AL SYSTEMS DIV
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The overall objective of this study was to provide the Air Force with techniques for determining the effect of alternative multiple processor configurations on training simulator performance. This report summarizes the analysis and presents the baseline set of techniques identified by this study. Recommendations are made concerning the adaptation of these techniques for computation subsystem designs prior to their prototype development. Author
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