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- Neil J. Gunther
- 2007

- Neil J. Gunther
- 2005

- Neil J. Gunther, Giordano B. Beretta
- ArXiv
- 2000

Comparing the performance of CBIR (Content-Based Image Retrieval) algorithms is difficult. Private data sets are used, so it is controversial to compare CBIR algorithms developed by different researchers. Also, the performance of CBIR algorithms is usually measured on an isolated, well-tuned PC or workstation. In a realworld environment, however, the CBIR… (More)

- Neil J. Gunther
- Int. CMG Conference
- 1993

- Neil J. Gunther, Paul Puglia, Kristofer Tomasette
- ACM Queue
- 2015

The perpetual motion of parallel performance.

- Neil J. Gunther, John G. Shaw
- Inf. Process. Lett.
- 1990

- Neil J. Gunther
- Int. CMG Conference
- 2004

- Neil J. Gunther
- Int. CMG Conference
- 1995

- Neil J. Gunther
- Int. CMG Conference
- 1996

Multiprocessors, whether mainframes or open systems, do not deliver linear-scaling capacity. The real capacity curve is sublinear due to some amount of processing capacity being usurped by the system in order to orchestrate the interaction between physical processors and computational resources. This computational overhead is sometimes referred to as the MP… (More)

- Neil J. Gunther
- ArXiv
- 2008

The universal scalability law (USL) of computational capacity is a rational function Cp = P (p)/Q(p) with P (p) a linear polynomial and Q(p) a second-degree polynomial in the number of physical processors p, that has been long used for statistical modeling and prediction of computer system performance. We prove that Cp is equivalent to the synchronous… (More)