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July 07, 2009, 20:05

Another practical issue theoretical computer scientist often ignore (apart from machine code word sizes) is the memory hierarchy. I.e. the evaluation of an algorithm is ignorant of the locality of memory accesses. But in practice this makes a HUGE difference.

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