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(1) A repository of free software, documents and databases of scientific and mathematical interest. Initiated in the 1980s, the Netlib collection is maintained by the University of Tennessee, AT&T, Bell Labs and Oak Ridge National Labs and is mirrored at sites around the world. For more information, visit www.netlib.org.

(2) (NetLib) (NetLib Security, Inc., Stamford, CT, www.netlib.com) A software company that specializes in database encryption software.
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Department of Energy Argonne National Laboratory, available at netlib.org/misc/jet-lag-diet;
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[11.] The Netlib Repository at UTK and ORNL, Oak Ridge National Labs, 2001.
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The official version of the specification document can be obtained from netlib [3] by sending an email message to netlib@www.netlib.org with the message: "send mpi-report.ps from mpi".
scagr25, seba, scsd8, nesm, and ship121 in the "netlib" set of benchmarks) similar in size to our 832-constraint problem.
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The NETLIB problems are not large enough to gain a performance advantage using the GPU.