What is Amdahl\'s law, established in 1967 by noted computer scientist Gene Amdahl?
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Amdahl's Law or Amdahl's argument which was established in 1967 by noted computer scientist Gene Amdahl is a law which is used to find the maximum expected improvement to an overall system when only part of the system is improved. It is a model which defines the relationship between the expected speedup of parallelized implementations of an algorithm which is relative to the serial algorithm, under the assumption that the problem size remains the same when parallelized.
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