The data contains the running time of RSA on GPU with keysize of 1024-bit and the number of extra reductions happened during the execution. For one trace, the number message processed ranges from 1, 2, 8 to 64. Pearson correlation coefficient can be calculated between the running time and number of reductions. From the result, we can there is clear dependency between them, but it is getting weaker as the number of message increases in one trace.

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