A typical multi-processor environment is comprised of multiple microprocessors that share a common memory. Each processor also has its own private memory area for its own code and data. The main reason for using multiple processors is to increase power for a specific application, and therefore, the processors generally need to communicate with one another, and this is typically done through shared RAM.
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