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OpenMP is an implementation of multithreading, where a master thread creates a specific number of child threads (slaves). The system splits a master’s computational task into smaller ones and distributes them to threads. These threads then compute concurrently. Each thread is executed on a different processor. Parts of code that should run in parallel (parallel regions) are distinguished by specific compiler directives inserted into the code.

The following programs are implemented using this programming model: