The advent of the 32-bit microprocessor has sparked the manufacture of a number of 32-bit single-board computers (SBCs). These SBCs rival [performance of minicomputers for a fraction of the cost, and a number of them conform to standard 32-bit bus structures. A 32-bit multiprocessor computer system can be created by connecting two or more SBCs on a 32-bit bus. This computer system has the potential of providing many times the power as a single-processor computer system as well as a significant reduction in cost.
The Multiprocessor Task Manager is designed to efficiently distribute software tasks, schedule their execution, and manage data flow between them, such that an effective and reliable multiprocessor is realized.
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Linton, Darrell G.
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College of Engineering
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Ingraham, Peter J., "A Task Manager for a Multiprocessor Computer System" (1986). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4903.
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