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how to achieve parallel processing on a stand alone computer????
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CRDave1988 15-Feb-12 3:11am    
is there any relation between ur title and description?
TorstenH. 15-Feb-12 3:13am    
he has lost the address for Google. Be patient - that could happen to us all.

A 'stand alone' computer may have multiple CPUs or a CPU with multiple cores: this way parallelism is achieved (well, strictly speaking you may achieve 'parallelism' also using special single core CPU's features, if available, like, for instance pentium's SSE. You may even use the GPU for parallel tasks).
 
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You also created a question here with the same subject: data mining algorithm[^]

I suspect that you have just started your final year, and had a meeting with your supervisor few hours back. Your supervisor must have mentioned things like "parallel processing" and "data mining" and "Noclique" and you are just repeating them here, without even having a go at Google.

This way, you have a very small chance of completing your project. Even you do complete, you will not learn anything.
 
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