[dt. »Multi-Knoten-Computer«], andere Bezeichnung für ein Multiprozessorsystem. Da die Prozessoren hier in einer netzartigen Struktur zusammenwirken, werden sie auch Knoten (Nodes) genannt.

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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