A. Comparing Native versus PHPPerformance results achieved by the native and PHP im-plementations are summarized in Table I, in terms of av-erage execution time and standard deviation. These resultsare also illustrated in Fig. 8. The native implementationpresents the best results for execution time compared to PHPimplementation in all experimented scenarios (from 100 to10,000 elements). In the scenarios with 100, 1,000 and 10,000elements, native achieved execution times around 85% smallerthan the PHP implementation. This improvement decreases to30% in the scenario with 100,000 elements.Table II summarizes the energy consumption results forthe both evaluated implementations. The native implemen-tation achieves better results in scenarios with 100 (94%)and 1,000 (79%) elements. When the vector size is increasedto 10,000, the PHP implementation presents a reduction onenergy consumption around 15% compared to the native one.This improvement achieved by PHP implementation increasesto 83% with 100,000 elements.