CPU time


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CPU time

CPU time

The amount of time it takes for the CPU to execute a set of instructions and generally excludes the waiting time for input and output.
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This TTL mechanism could contribute to protect individual nodes if the TTL is given in CPU time units instead of hop count.
With this release, users will achieve substantial reductions in elapsed time and CPU time through SyncSort's ability to offload certain sort processes to a zIIP processor and SyncSort's effective use of the z9's(TM) MIDAW facility.
For example, malicious or erroneous mobile programs could be prevented from using excessive CPU time, while valid mobile programs can run safely to completion.
Besides checking the accuracy of the theoretical results against the 3D predictions, the CPU time saved from the complete 3D simulation is also discussed.
The final outcome was a program that in the search region could test primality in about 33 minutes of CPU time.
BMC monitoring solution reduces CPU time and costs by 30 percent
To better visualize the results, boxplots are used to show the CPU time and the relative error RE given by
Figure 7 compares the CPU time required for finding optima with the three distinct CP models.
In the past year alone, more than 300 simulations of innovative design concepts for cooling packaging and climate control have been developed using Exa software, utilizing millions of hours of CPU time.
We can find the resolution of the reconstructed images by determining the signal to noise ratio (SNR) and CPU time for RTE and FEM.
It provides each application with the CPU time and memory it needs, while separating or even abstracting hardware from applications.
Besides, we plot the relative error and PSNR as functions of the CPU time to examine the efficiency of FBOSS, FBOSP compared to BOS, AM, and SBB.