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Old 07-14-03, 08:47 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Anyone know why high AR=Fast Processing?


Just out of curiosity, could someone explain it to me? I noticed my work machine generally takes about 3:10 to 3:15 to do an "average" WU. Some of the higher AR's (1.8+) I've been getting lately finish in as little 2:30. Just wondering what the "science" behind it is?

Edit: Also, I was just looking at my log some more and noticed that the majority of my WU's only show 99.**% completion. I've only had a few (maybe 8) finish 100% since July 1st. I think that's also about the time I started using SETIDriver on this machine. Coincidence, or related perhaps?

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I'm not sure about the AR thing but as for setidriver or setispy showing between 99% and 100% i think it is because they don't update to the second. Setidriver updates every minute and while within that minute a WU could complete and only show the last recorded % done. I haven't used setispy for a while but i'm sure it does the same thing and only reporting in it's log the last percentage complete before moving on to the next wu.

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Exactly.

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Old 07-14-03, 06:38 PM   #4
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High Angle Range and Gaussians


The reason high angle range wu's complete faster is because gaussians are not looked for in them. If you follow this link you will see a chart of the types of processing performed vs the angle range
http://www.teamlambchop.com/tips/v3comp.htm
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that was a pretty cool article

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