speed-up

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speed′-up`



n.
1. an increase of speed.
2. an increase in the work demanded without a corresponding increase in pay.
[1920–25]
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Translations

speed-up

[ˈspiːdʌp] Naceleración f, agilización f
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Results showed that HJP achieved average speed-ups of 6.99, 3.54, and 6.98 times on machines having Intel Corei7, Core i5, and Xeon based processors, respectively.
The nation over this period had a 16-14 record of speed-ups (accelerations of growth) and slowdowns (decelerations).
The game is relaxing as it does not include any timers or speed-ups, but also challenging at the same time as the scoring mechanism demands strategy.
The video [direct link] also demonstrates the text and shape rendering speed-ups.
Second, she studies a successful 1933 wildcat strike at the Naumkeag Company against speed-ups in the guise of "research" into promoting worker productivity, condoned by a compliant AFL-affiliated union.
Researchers once thought that this sub-glacial water was to blame for sudden speed-ups of outlet glaciers along the Greenland coasts.
Microsoft, for example, argues that for most Web pages, other kinds of speed-ups are more important than rendering JavaScript quickly.
In addition, many applications can achieve significant speed-ups (on the order of 2X) on conventional hardware just by understanding where single-precision data types can be safely used without incurring significant numerical errors.
Delcam's latest release of PowerMILL includes enhancements and speed-ups throughout the program.
Adept 7 delivers enhanced performance for many everyday activities, including opening, searching, sorting, and scrolling, with speed-ups as much as 75 percent more than Adept 6 for certain functions.
1 The new Momentum Solver's speed-ups versus the traditional versions.