|(parallel)||Amdahl's Law - (Named after Gene Amdahl) If F is the fraction of
a calculation that is sequential, and (1-F) is the fraction
that can be parallelised, then the maximum speedup that can
be achieved by using P processors is 1/(F+(1-F)/P).|
[Gene Amdahl, "Validity of the Single Processor Approach to Achieving Large-Scale Computing Capabilities", AFIPS Conference Proceedings, (30), pp. 483-485, 1967].