### Table 7 (continued) Measures of Individual Firm Efficiency

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### Table IV. Computational Efficiency

### Table 1 Comparison of Computation Efficiency

"... In PAGE 14: ...2 Efficiency Analysis Suppose an inverse with modulus has the same cost of an exponentiation with the same modulus and e, the RSA public key in the oblivious transfer, is a small integer. In Table1 , the cost of bid validity check with normal method and batch solution respectively are compared. An example is given in the table for this comparison, where w = 1024, |N| = |q| = 1024 and L = 20.... ..."

### Table 2 Computational efficiency comparison

2005

"... In PAGE 9: ...A alone. Over the entire 100 generations set for the OC-GA, rapid and smooth convergence is found in all the three OC-GA runs. If a more reasonable termination criterion were to be adopted such that the same best-fit design is maintained for 10 consecutive generations, the hybrid OC-GA could have been stopped a lot earlier. As shown in Table2 , the hybrid OC-GA could be, on average, stopped after 53th generation in approximately 6.6 hours of computational time, resulting in only about 86% of the time required for the 100 GA generations.... ..."

### Table 1. Computational Efficiency Comparison.

1997

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### Table 2: Computation efficiency of COTA.

2002

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### Table 2. Computational Efficiencies of the Algorithms

### Table 1. Computational Efficiency Comparison.

### Table 1. Efficiency and computation time in seconds for the time step at t = 540

"... In PAGE 5: ...PARALLEL ALGORITHM A pro ling of the application (see Table1 for one processor) indicates that all steps of the simulator con- sume signi cant processor time. Even if the backward advection step with the inverse wavelet transform con- centrates 58% of execution time, we have to consider the parallelization of all steps to get an eventually scalable program.... In PAGE 7: ... Furthermore, this step consumes memory bandwidth to exchange de- tails between nodes because of the parallelization of the v-loop and the implicit transposition. E ciency and computation time for the complete test case (1000 time steps) are given in Table1 . The application has a good scalability.... ..."

### Table 7 (continued) Measures of Individual Firm Efficiency

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