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Difference between the Symmetric Multiprocessor (SMP) and the Asymmetric Multiprocessor (AMP)
Symmetric Multiprocessor (SMP)Asymmetric Multiprocessor (AMP)
All processors are designed the same and handle the same type of tasks.Each processor specialized to a specific task.
Used when more resources are available.Used when fewer resources are available.
Used in general purpose computers because things need to be done the same way.Used in embedded systems.

- For time critical tasks, AMP is recommended

- If throughput is required SMP is recommended.

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