in parallel

in parallel

Simultaneously with, in conjunction with, or in the same manner as someone or something. For the past two years, activists have been working in parallel with the senator toward immigration reform. The data clearly show that rates of unemployment and depression tend to rise in parallel.

in ˈparallel (with somebody/something)

with and at the same time as somebody/something else: The new degree and the existing certificate courses would run in parallel.Ann wanted to pursue her own career in parallel with her husband’s.
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On the other hand, the value added of the textile/clothing and leather and footwear sector increased by 0.7%, in parallel with the mechanical and electrical industries by 1.3%, and the Building Materials, Ceramics and Glass Industries (IMCCV) by 0.4%.
In parallel, the BCT significantly lowered the tender rate on April 25, 2018 to 6.25%.
"Confrontation in parallel with dialogue is an incompatible sophistry," North Korea's official Central News Agency said in a commentary, which was monitored in Seoul.
In parallel, the development of 5G will encompass an evolution of today's radio access technologies and the addition of new, globally standardized technologies, often in higher frequencies.
where the parameter a represents the volume fraction of the poor conductive layer with different phases positioned in series, and the fraction of resistances in parallel is (1-a).
The parallel thermal resistance, [R'.sub.parallel], represents the lowest thermal conductivity when the resistances of solid and gas are in parallel arrangement.
Running in parallel are satellites to the WSOP 2013 Experience Mega Super Satellite, which will take place on Monday, June 10th, at 18:00 GMT.
The UCC had announced Friday that it would be organizing escalatory steps as of this week in parallel with the boycotting of marking exams.
The company said that the Netezza TwinFin(i) appliance, based on its data streaming technology, executes complex analytics in parallel within the database on large data sets, reducing costs and eliminating errors and delays organisations incur moving data into specialised databases for advanced analytics.
The massively parallel processing architecture of the appliance simplifies the computational complexity of big data when building and applying advanced analytics in parallel. The appliance enables customers and partners to create analytic applications using such tools as SAS, traditional programming languages (Java, C++, Python, Fortran), new programming environments (MapReduce, Hadoop) and open source tools such as R.
The process of mirroring involves the use of a "shadow" disk that is updated in parallel with the primary disk, providing a real-time or near real-time copy of the primary disk.
The top end specification provides for configuration of 2 x 32GB RAM, while ScaleMP technology allows these 64GB to be used in parallel as shared memory by each of the 16 single cores, resulting in a theoretical top performance of over 200 gigaflops.
In parallel, the "clothes and footwear" group posted a 6.1% increase in annual shift due to the rise in prices of footwear by 5.7%, clothes by 6.3% and those of fabrics by 3.7%.
Mobilising its multi-role vessel Rem Etive, Fugro will undertake the installation and calibration of LBL arrays, in parallel with spoolpiece metrology operations on a 24 hour basis.
"These media did not mention in parallel the resumption of activities of foreign companies in the country only two weeks following their interruption after January 14." According to the FIPA official, 1 000 participants including 320 foreign investors from 26 countries will take part in this forum.