Meaning of parallelization in English:

parallelization

Pronunciation /ˌparəlɛlɪʌˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

(also British parallelisation)
Computing

See parallelize

‘By virtue of parallelization over several processors or PC clusters, hardware developments have now pushed the limit of molecular simulation to 100 ns.’
  • ‘Miniaturization is being done in conjunction with parallelization to enable faster and cheaper testing and manipulation of cells and materials.’
  • ‘SPA thus allows the parallelization of the DNA amplification process without any direct human intervention.’
  • ‘The simulation study benefited from parallelization using the R-package SNOW.’
  • ‘The nature of the alternating hybrid algorithm is also especially suitable to parallelization.’