optimized code

optimized code

[′äp·tə‚mīzd ′kōd]
(computer science)
A machine-language program that has been revised to remove inefficiencies and unused or unnecessary instructions so that the program is executed more quickly and occupies less storage space.
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The HJP framework taken as input the method names and optimized code in conformance with the underlying architecture.
Besides the optimized code and random code before optimization, the other two pseudorandom codes, that is, Costas code and Bernoulli code, are introduced for comparison.
Obtained results of measured processing time and performance analysis of the optimized code are presented in Section 5.
PCRD-opt is the interception point set of optimized code block {ni}, making minimum distortion D under the condition of overall code stream length Rmax or maximum code stream length under certain distortion (Xue, J.
- Optimized code generation automatically applies APS best practices
- Optimized code generation automatically applies APS best practices - Eliminates hand coding through intuitive, easy-to-use GUI - Integrated version and source control - Import data from any source - Manage APS tables directly, including distribution - Quickly create and populate dimensions and facts - Handle late-arriving data seamlessly - Manage surrogate and foreign keys automatically
The entire optimized code for this is around 2000 lines!
Each MapleSim release further develops these capabilities, which include automatically generated model equations in full parametric form, equation-based custom components, optimized code generation for real-time systems, revolutionary multibody technology, and an interactive analysis environment that captures the full engineering knowledge that goes into each project.
In addition, developers of performance-intensive applications such as gaming can create optimized code to deliver an enhanced user experience.

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