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On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 11:36 AM, Ron K. Jeffries <rjeffries at gmail.com> wrote:
> With respect, <grin>
> Did you read any of the links? They have software
> that supports "fake" parallelism on a single
> The point is that conceptual approach simplifies
> programming for some tasks.
> This may (or may not) be interesting for
> the Swiss Army Knife Card Carlos is designing
> which has many i/o ports. Nanonote? Not so much.
> May 1,000 processes bloom.
> Ron K. Jeffries
> 2010/2/4 Sébastien Bourdeauducq <sebastien.bourdeauducq at lekernel.net>:
>> On Thursday 04 February 2010 07:35:42 Ron K. Jeffries wrote:
>>> Want to pass along a few resources re concurrent (parallel)
>>> processing on tiny machines such as Arduino.
>> What's the point of parallel programming when you can so easily replace the
>> many (and space-consuming) slow AVRs by one more beefed-up CPU, which will be
>> less expensive, consume less space and power and, above all, will be easier to
>> It's *always* a harder task to write a parallel program than a sequential one,
>> which should be avoided whenever possible.
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