Wolfram Language & System 10.4 (2016)|Legacy Documentation
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evaluates the expression expr on all available parallel kernels and returns the list of results obtained.
evaluates expr on the parallel kernel specified.
evaluates expr on the parallel kernels .
- ParallelEvaluate has attribute HoldFirst.
- Kernels can be specified either using KernelObject, as returned by Kernels, or using their integer IDs, as returned by $KernelID.
- The DistributedContexts option for ParallelTable specifies which symbols appearing in expr have their definitions automatically distributed to all available kernels before the computation.
- The default value is DistributedContexts:>$DistributedContexts with $DistributedContexts:=$Context, which distributes definitions of all symbols in the current context, but does not distribute definitions of symbols from packages.