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For example, if a program needs 20 hours using a single processor core, and a particular portion of 1 hour cannot be parallelized, while the remaining promising portion of 19 hours ( 95 %) can be parallelized, then regardless of how many processors we devote to a parallelized execution of this program, the minimum execution time cannot be less than that critical 1 hour.
For example, if for a given problem size a parallelized implementation of an algorithm can run 12 % of the algorithm's operations arbitrarily quickly ( while the remaining 88 % of the operations are not parallelizable ), Amdahl's law states that the maximum speedup of the parallelized version is times as fast as the non-parallelized implementation.
For example, if a player has exactly 1 checker remaining on the 6-point, and rolls a 6 and a 1, the player may move the 6-point checker 1 place to the 5-point with the lower die roll of 1, and then bear that checker off the 5-point using the die roll of 6 ; this is sometimes useful tactically.
For decades the generations of few remaining sighthounds were regarded as hunting-suited, when showing enough attacking initiative for fox hunting.
For non-circular orbits or trajectories, only the component of gravitational force directed orthogonal to the path ( toward the center of the osculating circle ) is termed centripetal ; the remaining component acts to speed up or slow down the satellite in its orbit.
For example, if the last player to draw wants three replacements but there are only two cards remaining in the deck, the dealer gives the player the one top card he can give, then shuffles together the bottom card of the deck, the burn card, and the earlier players ' discards ( but not the player's own discards ), and finally deals two more replacements to the last player.
For example, the case described in degree 4 vertex situation is the configuration consisting of a single vertex labelled as having degree 4 in G. As above, it suffices to demonstrate that if the configuration is removed and the remaining graph four-colored, then the coloring can be modified in such a way that when the configuration is re-added, the four-coloring can be extended to it as well.
For a few days, the entire IRC network suffered frequent netsplits, but eventually the majority of servers added the Q-line and effectively created a new separate IRC net called EFnet ( Eris-Free Network ); the remaining servers who stayed connected to eris ( and thus were no longer able to connect to EFnet servers ) were called A-net ( Anarchy Network ).
Joyce Reynolds served as part of the editorial team of the Request For Comments series from 1987 to 2006, and also performed the IANA function with Jon Postel until this was transferred to ICANN, and worked with ICANN in this role until 2001, while remaining an employee of ISI.
For the remaining years of Richard's reign, John supported his brother on the continent, apparently loyally.
For the remaining 31 years of his life, he resided at Dresden as director of the Museum of Antiquities, and was active as a journalist and public lecturer.
For the remaining 8 years, the sectarian and feudal rifts of the 1821 – 1825 conflict were heightened by the increasing economic isolation of the Druze, and the increasing wealth of the Maronites.
For example, oxygen makes up about < sup > 8 </ sup >/< sub > 9 </ sub > of the mass of any sample of pure water, while hydrogen makes up the remaining < sup > 1 </ sup >/< sub > 9 </ sub > of the mass.
For the remaining time of the elected government the Prime Minister ’ s post was filled by Paul Bérenger.
For a small island of 1 865 km < sup > 2 </ sup >, there are 2 066 km of roads in Mauritius, of which 48. 5 % are main roads, 28. 7 % are secondary roads, 3. 6 % are motorways and the remaining 19. 2 % are made up
For most mainstream country stations, the emphasis is generally on current pop country, following the same process as top 40 ; the remaining music in a particular station's library generally uses music from the past fifteen years ( shorter for " hot country " or " new country " stations ), with the exact music used varying depending on the station and the style of music the listener wants to hear.
For some time thereafter the city figured little in politics remaining a city of devotion and scholarship governed by the Hashemite Sharifs.
For example, in Milan, Italy, 60 % of La Scala's annual budget of € 115 million is from sales and private donations, with the remaining 40 % coming from public funds.
For example, a four-player match of Oh Hell consists of twenty-three deals, from hand size 1 up to 12 ( forty-eight cards dealt and one turned face up for trump ; 13 cards cannot be dealt, as there would be no card remaining to declare trump ) and back down to 1.
For example, consider a district where Alice receives 45 % of the votes, while Bob takes 40 %, leaving Charlie with the remaining 15 %.
For thousands of years, the largest structures on Earth were pyramids — first the Red Pyramid in the Dashur Necropolis and then the Great Pyramid of Khufu, both of Egypt, the latter the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still remaining.
For example, if a team is down by a field goal with only seconds remaining, a quarterback may spike the ball to prevent the game clock from running out.
Musically, Test For Echo still retained much of the hard rock / alternative style already charted on the previous record with Lifeson and Lee's playing remaining more or less unchanged ; however, a distinct modification in technique became apparent in Peart's playing from his jazz and swing training under the tutelage of jazz instructor Freddie Gruber during the interim between Counterparts and Test For Echo.
" For example, Peter Schenkel, while remaining a supporter of SETI projects, has written that " n light of new findings and insights, it seems appropriate to put excessive euphoria to rest and to take a more down-to-earth view ... We should quietly admit that the early estimates — that there may be a million, a hundred thousand, or ten thousand advanced extraterrestrial civilizations in our galaxy — may no longer be tenable.

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For lawyers, reflecting perhaps their parochial preferences, there has been a special fascination since then in the role played by the Supreme Court in that transformation -- the manner in which its decisions altered in `` the switch in time that saved nine '', President Roosevelt's ill-starred but in effect victorious `` Court-packing plan '', the imprimatur of judicial approval that was finally placed upon social legislation.
For nine months of the year the ground is covered with snow, and the frozen rivers become navigable roads.
In Chapter nine, Job recognizes the chasm that exists between him and God: “ For he is not a man, as I am, that I might answer him, that we should come to trial together .” Job ’ s regret is that he has no arbiter to act as a go-between ; that Job cannot reconcile himself with God anticipates the need for the Messiah to become incarnate.
For nine years after his father died, he worked the night shift wrapping bread at a Los Angeles bakery, attended USC, reviewed some movies, and wrote 88 short stories and six novels that were rejected for publication.
For example, in one study of the feces of nine adults, only five of the samples contained archaea capable of producing methane.
For well over a century guitars featuring seven, eight, nine, ten or more strings have been used by a minority of guitarists as a means of increasing the range of pitch available to the player.
For administrative purposes, Gabon is divided into nine provinces, which are further divided into 36 prefectures and eight separate subprefectures.
For the next two years, Hoover worked 14-hour days from London, administering the distribution of over two million tons of food to nine million war victims.
For example, in certain ceremonies, a person would perform a sequence of three sets of three kowtows-stand up and kneel down again between each set-as an extreme gesture of respect ; hence the term three kneelings and nine head knockings ().
For example, playing for high, a natural four-straight such as Q-J-10-9 drawing one has nine outs to complete the hand, any king or eight or the bug.
For example in draw poker, a hand with four diamonds has nine outs to make a flush: there are 13 diamonds in the deck, and four of them have been seen.
In Method of Fluxions ( written 1671, published 1736 ), Sir Isaac Newton examined the transformations between polar coordinates, which he referred to as the " Seventh Manner ; For Spirals ", and nine other coordinate systems.
For example, Sweden uses one pulse to signal the number zero, and 10 pulses to signal the number nine.
For example, the Charter of the United Nations was " DONE at the city of San Francisco the twenty-sixth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and forty-five.
For example, www would be six syllables rather than nine, being pronounced dub-u dub-u dub-u.
For both SONET and SDH, this is often represented by displaying the frame graphically: as a block of 90 columns and nine rows for STS-1, and 270 columns and nine rows for STM1 / STS-3c.
For the sake of simplicity, the frame is shown as a rectangular structure of 270 columns and nine rows but the protocol does not transmit the bytes in this order.
For the sake of simplicity, the frame is shown as a rectangular structure of 270 columns and nine rows.
For a short period between 1856 and 1878, two of the nine traditional counties of Bessarabia were also part of Moldavia and then Romania.
For the eleven of fourteen boys with siblings, in nine instances their siblings were stronger academically, but in one case the subject was performing equal to, and in another case superior to, his siblings.
For example, a piece of land was divided into nine squares in the well-field system, with the grain from the middle square taken by the government and that of surrounding squares kept by individual farmers.
For some Protestants, the nine days between Ascension Day, and Pentecost are set aside as a time of fasting, and world-wide prayer in honor of the disciples ' time of prayer and unity awaiting the Holy Spirit.
For example, if the delay time is five seconds, and a player has four seconds left on his clock, as soon as his opponent moves, he receives the increment and has nine seconds to make a move.
For nine years, Porky ended a cartoon by bursting through a bass drum, saying " Th-Th-Th-Th-Th-That's all, folks!

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