John Spacey, November 26, 2016 updated on January 14, 2023
Precomputation is the generation of lookup tables to improve the speed of algorithms. It is common in computationheavy areas such as 3D graphics and cryptography. Lookup tables may represent a cache of recently computed values. Alternatively, lookup tables can include all possible or all expected inputs for a computationally intensive function.
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