Ubiquitous Parallelism: Earthworm Model

The Earthworm model here corresponds to just a kind of basis for implementing parallelism in parallelism. Our model takes the advantage of both the parallel and the ubiquitous computing. We have implemented parallelism within parallelism and also use the concept of code reuse to implement parallelism both in software and hardware part of our model for better and efficient working. Also this model is enhanced with artificial intelligence to make our system get rid of any runtime problem occurring, through constant monitoring at the various modules of the model, that too in parallel , where each and every module will be guiding itself and will be connected to the problem resolution system. The ultimate solution, if nothing could be done by our automation, will finally be at the hands of Human Intelligence, which is done by using various contact methods like messaging services, internet, etc., to the experts.

The Earthworm model here corresponds to just a kind of basis for implementing parallelism in parallelism. Our model takes the advantage of both the parallel and the ubiquitous computing. We have implemented parallelism within parallelism and also use the concept of code reuse to implement parallelism both in software and hardware part of our model for better and efficient working. Also this model is enhanced with artificial intelligence to make our system get rid of any runtime problem occurring, through constant monitoring at the various modules of the model, that too in parallel , where each and every module will be guiding itself and will be connected to the problem resolution system. The ultimate solution, if nothing could be done by our automation, will finally be at the hands of Human Intelligence, which is done by using various contact methods like messaging services, internet, etc., to the experts.

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