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Benchmarking

Over the years, I have had to test various machines out for both accuracy and performance from the most humble to at one time the most powerful computer in the world. I have always been careful about maintaining portability against international standards, so the benchmarks are equally useful today although they run a bit faster of course.

A more recent entry is ESP, the work on testing the arithmetic of embedded control systems, a development of the legendary paranoia.

Each of these items includes the relevant software so this topic has been split out of its parent, Computing.

Author(s) Year Title Reference Category More details

Les Hatton

2003n

Embedded System Paranoia: results from real systems

WEBBEESP_1103.html

Les Hatton

2003h

Embedded System Paranoia: a tool for testing embedded system arithmetic

Information and Software Technology, 47 (8) (2005), p. 555-563BEESP_903.html

Les Hatton

1985a

A portable seismic computing benchmark

First Break, AugustBEFB_885.html

Summary: number of books 0, number of invited chapters 0, number of other articles 3


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