### Table II: Comparison of the Performance of the Parallel Implementations

### Table 3: Computational times associated with parallel implementation of the finite element model.

2007

"... In PAGE 64: ... This ensured that the perturbed displacement data sets were still contained within the atlases. Results Parallel implementation of the Finite Element Model Table3 illustrates the computational time necessary to solve the biphasic model on a finite element mesh containing 19468 nodes and 104596 elements, using 16 processors (2.8GHz,... ..."

### Table 10: Estimated gate count for a full parallel implementation of CRYPTON

"... In PAGE 21: ... This circuit can be implemented using 49152 nand gates and a 544-bit register. Table10 summarizes the number of nand gates required for this full implementation. Note that the time to pass the key expansion part corresponds to an initial key setup delay in hardware implementation.... ..."

### Table II, cont apos;d.: Comparison of the Performance of the Parallel Implementations

1994

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### Table 6.3 Speed-ups for parallel implementation.

2001

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### Table 6.1 Run statistics with the parallel implementation

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### Table 2: A summary of the parallel implementations of the four repartitioning schemes compared in the

1998

"... In PAGE 20: ...4. Table2 summarizes the di#0Berences between the four algorithms. 6.... ..."

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### Table 2: Statistics for the parallel implementation of the Bush et al. (1999) model,

2006

"... In PAGE 10: ... Scaling was carried out by keeping population projection probabilities constant but reducing the (random) weights by the fractional increase in number of cells. Network size statistics are shown in Table2 . Note that number of connections is proportional to the square of the number of cells.... ..."

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### Table 3: Pseudo-code for the parallel implementation of TSplit

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