The process of modifying software to make some part of it work more efficiently or use fewer resources. Generally, this means it executes more rapidly, or will require fewer resources.

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Improving effect performance in XNA

I'm making a 2D, top-down platformer, in which four or five layers are rendered each time the game draws. Everything is fairly performant except for the bottom layer, which is the game map. This is ...
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Android and OpenGL, single thread vs double thread

I'm trying to optimize my Android OpenGL ES 2.0 application, and I find myself being CPU bound. After googling, I've found this, which suggest to use a thread for updating objects, and a thread for ...
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Speeding up point-in-polygon for Python

In researching collision detection methods for non-Rect-like objects I came across point-in-polygon -- specifically, the even-odd rule. The one presently on Wikipedia claims it is written in Python, ...
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OpenWorld SceneGraph management and optimization

I have a SceneGraph class which for now is just a simple list implementation, and the only optimization I've planned so far is a check is something like this: //GetDistance returns the distance ...
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What is the optimal primitive count for a draw call in Direct3D 9

How many primitives should be rendered at one time in Direct3D 9? I read in a blog(that I cannot now find) that says optimally 1000 vertices should be rendered per draw call...This number doesn't make ...
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Image layer into tile map concept

I'm not really familiar with programming but I wanted to ask if someone could give me some tips. I would like my game maps could be easily designed in some kind of graphics editor. I came with an idea ...