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speed·up

 (spēd′ŭp′)
n.
1. An increase in speed; acceleration.
2. A required acceleration of work or production without an increase in pay.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.speedup - the act of acceleratingspeedup - the act of accelerating; increasing the speed
hurrying, speeding, speed - changing location rapidly
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Increase the gained speedup by implementing the algorithm on a parallel environment.
We are also interested in determining whether loop unrolling and precision has an effect on the speedup.
MULTIVAC has introduced a SpeedUp module for its cross web labellers, which increases their speed when thermal transfer printers are used at low ambient temperatures.
Targeting very aggressive price strategy and amazing product, now everyone can have premium smartphone with affordable price, said Rahmad Widjaja Sakti, VP of Product and Marketing of SpeedUp Technology Ltd(HK).
BAJAUR AGENCY -- The local administration was committed to provide quick and inexpensive justice to the people of the agency and efforts had been speedup to resolve pending cases of civil disputes and criminal cases in the region.
But they add that even the annually averaged speedup over the past couple of years is nearly 3 times what it was in the 1990s.
or, if you try for "labor speedup," shooing a recalcitrant baby toward the birth canal.
360Amigo today announces the release of its new PC optimization and error repair utility, the 360Amigo System Speedup, which promises to dramatically improve the performance of your PC.
In this paper we address the problem of how to measure the gain in routing speedup in ad hoc wireless networks where nodes are equipped with multicore processors, in particular when the network is heavily loaded.
Declining prices of information technology products in the late 1990s are often cited as a major reason for this productivity speedup.
It also give the relative speedup compared to the performance of a desktop system with 1.
This paper analyzes the dynamic and static balancing of non-homogenous cluster architectures, simultaneously analyzing the theoretical parallel Speedup as well as the Speedup experimentally obtained.