### Table 2: Parallel Algorithm Characteristics

1999

"... In PAGE 18: ...Table 2: Parallel Algorithm Characteristics While there might seem to be a plethora of information on parallel association rule mining presented above, without an impression of the larger picture, it is instructive to refer to Table2 . It shows the essential differences among the different methods reviewed above, and groups related algorithms together.... ..."

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### Table 3. Parallel Algorithm Results.

"... In PAGE 11: ... Table3 shows the results for two of the Placement and Routing Workshop benchmark circuits and three other standard cell circuits. For each circuit, the table gives the number of tracks used as estimated by the maximum channel density and the average execution times in seconds (real time, including pro- cess creation) for one, two, four, and eight processes using the Minimal and Maximal decomposition stra- tegies.... ..."

### TABLE I Parallel Algorithm Comparison

### Table 1: Comparison of serial and parallel algorithms Algorithm

1995

"... In PAGE 21: ... (4.14) Table1 summarizes the asymptotic computational complexity of the serial and parallel algorithms as well as the number of processors required.... ..."

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### Table 1. Comparisons of the parallel algorithms for Hierarchical Clustering

"... In PAGE 9: ... Therefore, according to the definition in [9,10,12], our algorithm is adaptive or scalable. For the purpose of clarity, the comparisons of the mentioned parallel algorithms which are based on SIMD model for hierarchical clustering are depicted in Table1 . It is obvious that our parallel algorithm outtakes undoubtedly other parallel algorithms in the overall performance.... ..."

### Table 3: Running times in seconds for the parallel algorithm

1996

"... In PAGE 8: ... The state storage-based parallel algorithm in Figure 5 is based on the definitions of these partitions. Experimental results are presented in Table3 to demon- strate the improvements in runtimes for the state storage- based parallel algorithm. Results are presented in terms of runtimes in seconds with the number of processors varying from 1 to 8.... ..."

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### Table 16: Summary of the existing parallel algorithms

"... In PAGE 23: ...be found in the Table16 and the detail descriptions of each algorithm can be found in the reference [Cho93]. However, the challenge in designing parallel algorithms for solving the optimization problem is limited by the common approach, i.... ..."