This is not a new concept. I remember having the same problem while discussing the topic of the distributed processing system in the past. In this case, each processor in a central processing system is processing at a different speed. It is called a speed-up, or a rate-up.
A speed-up is a measure of how fast a processor is processing information. To increase the processing speed, the central processing system can send more data to each processor, so that they can process faster.
This is where a central processing system becomes a single point of failure and a bottleneck. If a processor cannot process more data, it loses its processing speed and the processor slows down.
To achieve a speed-up, a central processing system must have the capability to send data to a number of processors. The data being sent is called a transmission. There are three different types of transmissions: 1) a single-bit transmission, 2) a multiple-bit transmission, and 3) a double-bit transmission.
Transmission 1 is what is known as a broadcast. It is simply a message sent from one server to another, and in this case a single processor. The single-bit transmission is sometimes referred to as a broadcast in the context of TCP, but is more commonly known as a broadcast in the context of Internet. A single-bit transmission is a simple message sent from a single processor which contains only a single bit. In most cases it’s sent only once.
Transmission is a broadcast that is sent as a single message from a single processor. It’s the easiest to understand of the three types of transmissions. With a single-bit transmission, a single processor sends exactly one bit of information to the destination. Two-bit transmission is a two-bit transmission sent from a single processor to two different processors. Three-bit transmission is a three-bit transmission sent from a single processor to three different processors.
In a centralized processing system, processing power is distributed among several locations. This is because all of the processors are in the same location. Since each of the processors has to keep track of the state of the whole system, it is difficult to have a single point of failure. If one of the processors fails, the whole system just fails.
If we have a centralized processing system in our life we can say that we have some degree of “integrity”. When a system is completely and perfectly controlled by a single point of failure, then it can be called a centralized system. A centralized system does not need much more than a single point of failure, usually a single human, to destroy the system.
There are many systems that are centralized, like the power grid, the Internet, and most computers use a central processing unit (CPU). We can say that we have integrity because our computer is centralized. It is also possible to have multiple points of failure, but this is rarely the case in most systems.
It is possible to have a centralized system that is vulnerable to failure, but it is not possible to have a centralized system that is not vulnerable to failure. That is where a centralized system comes into play. The Internet uses a centralized system (and does so very well and is very secure) because the Internet’s infrastructure is centralized. The Internet is not vulnerable to failure, as it is an infrastructure that can be accessed by multiple locations.