It is correct both in theory and in practice, so please don't limit the items per call!

On 22/10/2009, at 20.33, Ivan Damgård wrote:

I have not been following the discussion in detail, but it's true that
the more items you request, the smaller the amortized cost, at least
in theory. I also think it would be a very good idea to involve either Jesper or Claudio in this, if there is any place where you are in doubt at all.

regards, Ivan

On 22/10/2009, at 20.17, Marcel Keller wrote:

Hi Janus,

I remember you saying today that the preprocessing in the OrlandiRuntime is more efficient per item the more items are requested. Is that correct? I ask because in my optimizations, I limited the items being preprocessed per call in order to save memory. I would of course drop that because it doesn't really affect the other cases.

Best regards,
Marcel
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