Some articles on coupled, tightly coupled, tightly:
... MTC denotes high-performance computations comprising multiple distinct activities, coupled via file system operations ... The set of tasks may be static or dynamic, homogeneous or heterogeneous, loosely coupled or tightly coupled ... MTC includes loosely coupled applications that are generally communication-intensive but not naturally expressed using standard message passing interface commonly found in HPC, drawing attention ...
... Inductors follow the same law, in that the total inductance of non-coupled inductors in parallel is equal to the reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocals of their individual inductances ... For two equal tightly coupled coils the total inductance is close to that of each single coil ... It is assumed in the "tightly coupled" case M is very nearly equal to L ...
... Multiprocessing systems are either loosely coupled, which means that each computer has access to a common workload, or tightly coupled, which means that the ... MVS retained both the loosely coupled multiprocessing of Attached Support Processor(ASP) and the tightly coupled multiprocessing of OS/360 Model 65 Multiprocessing ... In tightly-coupled systems, two CPUs shared concurrent access to the same memory (and copy of the operating system) and peripherals, providing greater ...
Famous quotes containing the words coupled and/or tightly:
“That is coupled to foul thraldom.
But if he had assayed it,
Then all perquer he should it wit;
And should think freedom more to prize
Than all the gold in world that is.”
—John Barbour (1316?1395)
“Shackled heart, free spirit.Whoever binds his heart tightly and imprisons it may indulge his spirit in many liberties: I have already said that once. But no one believes me unless he already knows.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)