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The *Load Balance Efficiency* (LBE) is computed as the ratio between *Average Useful
Computation Time* (across all processes) and the *Maximum Useful Computation* time
(also across all processes).

In order to fully understand the formulas, you may also visit the glossary of the metrics terms.

Related programs: CalculiX solver · OMP Collapse ·Related patterns: Code replication · Contention on shared resources · Frequency reduction by power governors · Load imbalance due to computational complexity (unknown a priori) · Inefficient user implementation of well-known math problem · Locality differences among threads · Lack of iterations on an OpenMP parallel loop · Operating System Noise · Template of a pattern ·