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The LAST-RIGHT and FIRST-MID domains, which generate only a handful of explanations, have limited speedup, while the FIRST-LEFT and LAST-MID, which generate tens of thousands of explanations, exhibit close to linear speedup.
Gamma, Tandem, and Teradata have demonstrated linear speedup and scaleup on complex relational database benchmarks.
At best, one can expect linear speedup and scaleup of performance and price/performance.
That means, under the condition f(Q) is a constant, we can always get a linear speedup for an arbitrary large system simply by increasing the problem size.
This is exactly Sandia's formula that shows the linear speedup can be achieved if f(Q) is a constant and the problem size is linearly increased.
The above discussion has shown that there is no way to keep a linear speedup (constant efficiency) if f(Q) = kQ.
Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters set forth in this press release, including statements about the features and benefits of Magma software generally, and including without limitation statements that FineSim SPICE can run three to five times faster than other Spice simulators and can be parallelized over multiple CPUs with linear speedup are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
The experiments have shown linear speedups, proportional to the kernel size.