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Definitions of EXPLICIT PARALLELISM
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A feature of a programming language for a parallelprocessing system which allows or forces the programmer toannotate his program to indicate which parts should beexecuted as independent parallel tasks. This is obviouslymore work for the programmer than a system with implicitparallelism (where the system decides automatically whichparts to run in parallel) but may allow higher performance.
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