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Which of the following architecture is/are not suitable for realising SIMD?

  1. Vector processor
  2. Array processor
  3. Von Neumann
  4. All of the above
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Answer :Von Neumann

SIMD : Short for single instruction, multiple data. A type of parallel computing architecture that is classified under Flynn's taxonomy. A single computer instruction perform the same identical action (retrieve, calculate, or store) simultaneously on two or more pieces of data

See Why : https://www.quora.com/What-computers-do-not-use-a-von-Neumann-architecture

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