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Questionwhy optimization since program is trade-off between time and memory Pin
jianzhuhuai28-Oct-09 15:36
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I have been programming for about 3 years. I found that if I try to speedup the program, it often entails more expense of memory. And for a particular algorithm, if more thresholds, predicates and parameters which needs users to tweak manually, the program implementing this algorithm tends to run faster.
In this sense, all programs if designed according to the common practise, even it is always on the edge of the same kind. Optimization is trivial modifications and equivalent to shifting the fulcrum of lever from time to memory or reversely, also the support of the lever of presumption to automation.
Thus, we cannot attain the savings of time and space at the same time. Why don't just choose one end and assent with one program or one algorithm for a particular problem? Why bother trouble to reproduce so many programs with approximately the same behavior taking both time and memory into account?
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