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FIGURE 15.1 Single-Threaded Application: Maps to One Core.
FIGURE 15.2 Pipelined Application: Each Task Maps to a Core.
FIGURE 15.3 Multithreaded Application: Each Thread Maps to a Core.
FIGURE 15.4 Theoretical Speedup over a Range of Processors and Serialization Percentages.
FIGURE 15.5 High-Level Depiction of Logical Processor Organization.
FIGURE 15.6 Organization of a Multiprocessor-Aware Operating System.
FIGURE 15.7 Prototype ETA System.
FIGURE 15.8 Basic Organization of a Virtual Machine Monitor.
FIGURE 15.9 An Asymmetric Xen System.
FIGURE 15.10 Xenomai.
FIGURE 15.11 Xenomai Nano-Kernel Approach.
FIGURE 15.12 Skins, the Xenomai core, and Hardware.
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