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Precompute

Method of charging interest in which the annual interest is either deducted from the face amount of the loan when the funds are distributed or is added to the total amount and divided into the regular payments.
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Precompute

To calculate the annual interest owed on a loan by either deducting the annual interest from the face amount of the loan, or adding the compound interest together and dividing it out equally over 12 monthly periods. This means that the effective interest paid will be higher than the stated amount on the loan. Because of this, most jurisdictions require lending institutions using precomputation to express the interest rate in simple interest terms.
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Then, an on demand routing algorithm (OQRA) (Algorithm 2) activates when there is an incoming request with QoS requirements to find the path that satisfies QoS constraints from these precomputed paths.
Superscripts indicate the algorithm used, namely, fully precomputed matrices (e), direct evaluation of matrix-vector products (d) and FMM-accelerated evaluation of matrix-vector products (f).
As they do not depend on [eta] or [tau], the keys can also be precomputed. The algorithm is based on the Feistel network, whereby the secret key is first divided into two halves, [kappa] = [k.sub.1] [paragraph] [k.sub.0] x [k.sub.0] and [k.sub.1] are then XOR-ed into two registers that have initial values of [reg.sub.0] = f492e42164c7fb0d and [reg.sub.1] = f683d0ad038f17d.
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The rules for part-of-speech tagging are heavily influenced by precomputed word lists (lexicons) in which words are associated with parts of speech derived from a large corpus of annotated textual data.
As noted earlier, paths can be viewed as precomputed joins.
The constant scaling factor K is fixed and can be precomputed as long as the precision N is determined.
The efficiency of the scheme is only affected by one extra pairing operation that can be precomputed at the Extract stage for each user, therefore does not incur additional cost to the protocol itself.
Another research aim is the development of precomputed informative and admissible estimates for explicit and symbolic search based on heuristic pattern databases.
But not observe that entering all the possible responses (schedules) into the computer by hand would require an extremely large amount of data space and a relatively small lookup computation; automating the response construction process would instead require much more computation and (in extreme0 no data space for storing precomputed responses, only some data to enable the response construction--data we might like to call "the domain model." From there, the time required to construct responses might be reduced by storing some "search control knowledge" (space).
In the indirect approach, the knots are not initially the subject of optimization but precomputed with a coarse approximation scheme, which will be further improved at a later stage.
In addition, if the values e([g.sub.1], [g.sub.2])and e([T.sub.1], [g.sub.2]) can be precomputed and cached, so no pairing computations are needed at the phase of Threshold Encryption.