Von Neumann syndrome: all facts at a glance

The von Neumann syndrome is a computing term coined by Prof. C. V. Ramamoorthy (after having listened to a keynote by Reiner Hartenstein, and named after John von Neumann's model of computer architecture). Ramamoorthy noted that for most applications in massively parallel computing systems with thousands or tens of thousands of processors the performance can be less than hoped. Sometimes called a ... (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Von Neumann architecture:
The von Neumann syndrome is a computing term coined by Prof. C. V. Ramamoorthy (after having listened to a keynote by Reiner Hartenstein, and named after John von Neumann's model of computer architecture). (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Parallel computing:
Ramamoorthy noted that for most applications in massively parallel computing systems with thousands or tens of thousands of processors the performance can be less than hoped. (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Central processing unit:
Secondly a fall in programmer productivity when faced with systems that are massively parallel, the difficulties in developing for parallelism (or thread-level parallelism in multi-core CPUs) when previously this was not an issue. (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Field-programmable gate array:
The term also explains the Reconfigurable computing paradox, where the use of reconfigurable computing on FPGAs produces faster results despite a lower speed, where, instead of moving data around, the locality of execution is optimized by placement and routing. (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Von Neumann (disambiguation):
Von Neumann (disambiguation) has multiple meanings, among them is von Neumann syndrome. (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann (disambiguation))
Reiner Hartenstein:
The von Neumann syndrome is a computing term coined by Prof. C. V. Ramamoorthy (after having listened to a keynote by Reiner Hartenstein, and named after John von Neumann's model of computer architecture). (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)
Ken Kennedy (computer scientist):
Thomas Sterling, Peter Kogge, Ken Kennedy, Steve Scott, Don Becker, William Gropp (panelists): Multi-Core for HPC: Breakthrough or Breakdown?; Supercomputing Conference (SC06), November 2006, Tampa, Florida, USA (Source: Wikipedia: Von Neumann syndrome)