execution time


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execution time

[‚ek·sə′kyü·shən ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The time during which actual work, such as addition or multiplication, is carried out in the execution of a computer instruction.

execution time

The time in which a single instruction is executed. It makes up the last half of the instruction cycle.
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When we reduce all of the heartbeat periods in Hadoop, the execution time decreases by up to 18.9 percent compared to the execution times in the default configurations, depending on query type.
Moreover, as in both GUTs and RATs subjects are required to perceive and recognize lit and unlit LEDs, as well as place pegs in corresponding holes, it should be noted that deteriorated cognitive function results in longer execution time.
In the second experiment, the scalability of the two platforms will be analyzed by varying the number of nodes up to 20 nodes in each platform, while still measuring the same metrics execution time, throughput, and latency for the number of peers in the network.
The speedup (S) is defined as the ratio of the execution time of the serial implementation over the execution time of the parallel implementation.
Figure 6 describes the analysis of the execution time for multiple sinks with its existing system.
The comparison between the two models is done on the basis of the query execution time [1], [4].
(ii) Calculate the estimated execution time of the selected function using the parameter setting samples.
The execution time of the sequential and parallel Quick Search algorithm using English text data type which compose of more than 100 different alphabet types is shown in Table 1 and Table 2 respectively.
Among recent enforcement actions by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority were the censure and fine of a firm for failures relating to private placements; of another for failures relating to monitoring execution times related to TRACE; and of another for failure to disclose reportable unsatisfied liens and judgments of registered representatives.
In regard to optimisation of project execution time, one must strive to fulfil the condition given in formula 1:
In the second set of tests, we have computed the average execution times obtained by the GPU and CPU when generating the sample arrays (G[T.sub.2]), computing the scalar product (SP[T.sub.2]) and the total execution time (TE[T.sub.2]) for the CUDA application developed using the new Unified Memory feature.
In Equation (2), [T.sub.exe] is the execution time of the Map task, and [F.sub.cpu] is the rate of a single-core CPU.