### Table 4: Storage statistics collected from a computation intensive decision process.

2006

### Table 5: Time statistics collected from a computation intensive decision process.

2006

### Table 2 Comparison of statistical performance between APT and standard PrefMap

2006

"... In PAGE 8: ...2. Statistical performance Results are shown in Table2 . In terms of model fit, APT models explain hedonic information significantly better.... ..."

### Table 4: Summary Measures of the Distribution of Regression Coefficients By Two-Digit Industry on Computer and Capital Intensity for Main Specification

1999

"... In PAGE 28: ... Summary Statistics on Basic Regression Results Before proceeding to the JMP full distribution accounting exercises, we present summary information on the basic regression results. Table4 presents selected summary parameter estimates from the regressions involving each of the five dependent variables under consideration: labor productivity, hourly wages, production worker wages, nonproduction worker wages, and nonproduction labor share. To implement the JMP exercises, the specifications are estimated for each year and are also estimated pooling the data across years (to obtain the fixed $ component).... In PAGE 28: ... Thus, for each dependent variable, we have 19 computer investment coefficients and 19 capital intensity coefficients in each year (as well as the coefficients from the pooled specification).26 Table4 reports the mean and the range of the coefficients for the computer and capital... ..."

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### Table I: Compute- and memory-intensive benchmarks.

1994

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### Table 4. Some computationally intensive tasks.

1995

"... In PAGE 12: ... The results have been summarized in Table 4. It is important to notice from Table4 the fact that although the absolute size of the problems might not be that large (k = 30, m = 20, and n = 100 for instance) the difficulty of the problem is noticeable both in terms of the number of iterations required as well as in terms of the number of connected variables. Note that for all the representative runs of Table 4 the relations between k, m, and n that define an easy problem for GOP are violated.... In PAGE 12: ... It is important to notice from Table 4 the fact that although the absolute size of the problems might not be that large (k = 30, m = 20, and n = 100 for instance) the difficulty of the problem is noticeable both in terms of the number of iterations required as well as in terms of the number of connected variables. Note that for all the representative runs of Table4 the relations between k, m, and n that define an easy problem for GOP are violated. By combining the theoretical advances of the GOP, along with the distributed... ..."

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### Table 3: Experimental results - Computation intensive workload

### Table 4: Experimental results - Computation intensive workload

### Table I: Compute- and memory-intensive benchmarks.

### Table 4. Some computationally intensive tasks.

"... In PAGE 12: ... The results have been summarized in Table 4. It is important to notice from Table4 the fact that although the absolute size of the problems might not be that large (a147a96a67a65a241a44a64 , a79 a67 a153 a64 , and a172 a67a92a210a7a64a35a64 for instance) the difficulty of the problem is noticeable both in terms of the number of iterations required as well as in terms of the number of connected variables. Note that for all the representative runs of Table 4 the relations between a147 , a79 , and a172 that define an easy problem for GOP are violated.... In PAGE 12: ... It is important to notice from Table 4 the fact that although the absolute size of the problems might not be that large (a147a96a67a65a241a44a64 , a79 a67 a153 a64 , and a172 a67a92a210a7a64a35a64 for instance) the difficulty of the problem is noticeable both in terms of the number of iterations required as well as in terms of the number of connected variables. Note that for all the representative runs of Table4 the relations between a147 , a79 , and a172 that define an easy problem for GOP are violated. By combining the theoretical advances of the GOP, along with the distributed... ..."