Definition of Speedups

1. Noun. (plural of speedup) ¹



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Definition of Speedups

1. speedup [n] - See also: speedup

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speedups

speedrunning
speedruns
speeds
speedshift
speedshifts
speedskate
speedskated
speedskater
speedskaters
speedskates
speedskating
speedsolving
speedster
speedsters
speedup
speedups (current term)
speedwalk
speedwalking
speedwalks
speedway
speedways
speedwell
speedwells
speedy
speel
speeled
speeler
speelers
speeling
speels

Literary usage of Speedups

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1. Partial Evaluation and Automatic Program Generation by Neil D. Jones, Carsten K. Gomard, Peter Sestoft (1993)
"The basic idea behind the analysis is the observation that the speedup of the whole program is determined by the speedups of the loops. ..."

2. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"... the time needed to dry, the time needed to incubate), the speedups possible are limited—perhaps factors of a few or even ten can be possible. ..."

3. Computer Science Research Activities in Asia: Software Technology and by David K. Kahaner (1994)
"They report speedups of more than 10 using all 16 PEs on some problems, ... The authors also report speedups of more than 14 on solving several real ..."

4. 3-D Deterministic Radiation Transport Computer Programs: Features by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (1997)
"... the code would not provide efficient speedups. Communicators are used as much as possible in the code, since any global synchronisations cause a loss of ..."

5. New Developments and Applications in Experimental Design: Selected by Nancy Flournoy, William F. Rosenberger, Weng Kee Wong (1998)
"... provide significant speedups in such settings, compared to the standard use of backward induction which works through all of the states. ..."

6. Technology and Productivity: The Challenge for Economic Policy by OECD Staff (1991)
"Parker and Slaughter (1988), two union workers, have described NUMMI as "management by stress", where workers are subjected to production line speedups and ..."

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