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Deviations from ideal speed-up occur when communication time becomes comparable to the computation time. Note that for n 16, on Fig. 9, the processors are all on one node and there is Figure 9. Typical speed-up curve for the hybrid OpenMP/MI approach. The symbols represent achieved speed-up; solid line shows ideal speed-up. The deviation from ideal speed-up occurs when computation time becomes comparable to computation time on the nodes. 34 evelyn m. goldfield and stephen k. gray no internode communication.