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The IBM Roadrunner computer can operate at speeds in excess of 1 petaflop per second (1

Elementary Linear Algebra: Applications Version | 10th Edition | ISBN: 9780470432051 | Authors: Howard Anton, Chris Rorres ISBN: 9780470432051 396

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The IBM Roadrunner computer can operate at speeds in excess of 1 petaflop per second (1 flops). Use Table 1 to estimate the time required to perform the following operations of the invertible matrix A. (a) Execute the forward phase of GaussJordan elimination. (b) Execute the backward phase of GaussJordan elimination. (c) -decomposition of A. (d) Find by reducing to .

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