It must be remembered that there is no parallelism in the chronology of the beginnings of the North and the South.
In those there was much similarity, indeed, in many respects a parallelism.
parallelism implies a false idea, which we have already come across when discussing materialism.
Here again we find a parallelism, as in case of music scales, etc.
But the presence of the nail disturbs their parallelism and squeezes them downwards on both sides of the finger.
Let us study the exact point on which parallelism has amended materialism.
parallelism with the transformation of systems of organs, 513.
I said a little while ago that parallelism was a perfected materialism.
Those Psalms that have parallelism are very little different from those Psalms where it is absent.
There is, therefore, usually a parallelism and consistency in their great 5.
1. parallel processing.
(a + b) *
(c + d) the expressions a, b, c and d can all be calculated in parallel giving a degree of parallelism of (at least) four. Once they have been evaluated then the expressions a + b and c + d can be calculated as two independent parallel processes.
The Bernstein condition states that processes P and Q can be executed in parallel (or in either sequential order) only if:
(i) there is no overlap between the inputs of P and the outputs of Q and vice versa and
(ii) there is no overlap between the outputs of P, the outputs of Q and the inputs of any other task.
If process P outputs value v which process Q reads then P must be executed before Q. If both processes write to some variable then its final value will depend on their execution order so they cannot be executed in parallel if any other process depends on that variable's value.