Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM)
Definition - What does Parallel Virtual Machine (PVM) mean?
A parallel virtual machine (PVM) is a distributed computing system that's created through a series of parallel computers, which are all merged together to be displayed as a unified virtual machine. This software framework creates a distributed computing architecture from a parallel connected system that works as a single unit to process any high-end computing task.
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