### Table 1. Behavioral synthesis results for 5 real-life applications

1999

"... In PAGE 7: ... Function Gen- erator describes a ramp-signal generator [6]. Table1 presents the main results of the synthesis experi- ments. All examples were synthesized so that the global area was minimized.... ..."

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### Table 1. A set of modules after HW/SW partitioning and mapping of real-life applications

"... In PAGE 5: ... malization, and feature extraction to generate the features from the speech. After manually partitioning and mapping of the above applications, Table1 depicts a set of on-chip modules for the audio decoder and the speech recognition system. The modules are two PowerPC processors, inverse modified discrete cosine transformation (IMDCT), compact flash interface, speech processor, fast Fourier transformation (FFT), and an audio buffer for streaming.... ..."

### Table 1: Results for some time-critical parts of real-life applications

1994

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### TABLE 4. SELECTED FREEWAY SIMULATION MODELS: REAL-LIFE APPLICATION EXPERIENCES STATE MODEL APPLICATION ORGANIZATION(S) YEAR

2001

### TABLE I QUANTIFICATION OF THROUGHPUT IMPROVEMENTS USING THE DEVELOPED BUS NETWORK DESIGNER FOR A NUMBER OF BENCHMARK DESIGNS EXTRAPOLATED FROM REAL-LIFE APPLICATIONS [39].

### Table 1. Minimizing the number of operations for real-life examples; N/A - Not Applicable

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1997

"... In PAGE 4: ...dist, and chemical. Table1 presents the results of our technique for min- imizing the number of operations. The fifth and sixth columns of Table 1 provide the reduction percentage of our method from [11] and from the initial number of op- erations, respectively.... In PAGE 4: ... Table 1 presents the results of our technique for min- imizing the number of operations. The fifth and sixth columns of Table1 provide the reduction percentage of our method from [11] and from the initial number of op- erations, respectively. Our method achieves the same num- ber of operations as [11] for ellip, iir5, wdf5, iir6, iir10, iir12, and steam while it reduces the number of opera- tions by 23 and 10.... ..."

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### Table 4. Message Sizes in KByte The sizes of the messages used in the various interactions have been chosen to reflect typical message sizes in real-life MOM applications. Pub/sub messages are generally much smaller than P2P messages due to the decoupled nature

"... In PAGE 13: ... non-persistent messaging have been set according to the relative usage of these messaging styles in real- life applications. Table4 (a) shows the achieved message mix in the horizontal topology. Figure 4 presents the same data in graphical form.... In PAGE 14: ...messages with sizes chosen from a discrete distribution with three possible values as shown in Table4 . There are two exceptions, the priceUpdate message used in Interaction 4 and the statInfoSM message used in Interaction 5.... In PAGE 14: ... This aspect of MOM server performance is more relevant for P2P messaging (queues) than for pub/sub messaging where the message throughput is inherently limited by the speed at which subscribers can process incoming messages. Table4 (b) shows the achieved message mix in the vertical topology. Figure 7... ..."

### Table 5.5 shows the results for the model problem when multigrid or algebraic multigrid is used as preconditioner. Since the Poisson Equation does not show any anisotropies, discontinuities and the like the results are almost the same as with pure multigrid. In Chapter 7 we will see a difierent situation when applying the above algorithms to a more complex model problem and a real-life application.

### Table 6. Although HEP is slower than logistic regres- sion, TAN, and NB, it is much faster than MDLEP. More- over, HEP is able to learn Bayesian networks from a large database in one minute. Thus, it can be used in real-life data mining applications.

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### Table II. Minimizing the number of operations for real-life examples; IF - Improvement Factor, RP - Reduction Percentage, N/A - Not Applicable, [Sri96] - [Srivastava and Potkonjak 1996]

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