Computer software is said to exhibit scalable locality if it can continue to make use of processors that out-pace their memory systems, to solve ever larger problems.This term is a high-performance uniprocessor analog of the use of scalable parallelism to refer to software for which increasing numbers of processors can be employed for larger problems.

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  • Computer software is said to exhibit scalable locality if it can continue to make use of processors that out-pace their memory systems, to solve ever larger problems.This term is a high-performance uniprocessor analog of the use of scalable parallelism to refer to software for which increasing numbers of processors can be employed for larger problems. (en)
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  • Computer software is said to exhibit scalable locality if it can continue to make use of processors that out-pace their memory systems, to solve ever larger problems.This term is a high-performance uniprocessor analog of the use of scalable parallelism to refer to software for which increasing numbers of processors can be employed for larger problems. (en)
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  • Scalable locality (en)
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