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LINPACK

(1)
A package of linear algebra routines.

LINPACK

(2)
The kernel benchmark developed from the "LINPACK" package of linear algebra routines. It was written by Jack Dongarra <dongarra@cs.utk.edu> in Fortran and is commonly used in that language but there is also a C version.

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Linpack

A package of FORTRAN programs for numerical linear algebra that is commonly used to create benchmark programs for testing a computer's floating point performance. See benchmark.
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Problems of this type are typically encountered in actual engineering and industrial applications, and require a balance between calculation performance, memory performance and communication performance, unlike LINPACK, which looks at calculation speed alone.
Columbia's record results were achieved running the LINPACK benchmark on 8,192 of the NASA supercomputer's 10,240 processors.
On June 19, the K computer took first place for the second consecutive time in the HPCG benchmark, a new index developed to create a more realistic view of supercomputer performance compared to the commonly used LINPACK benchmark.
TOKYO, Nov 15, 2016 - (JCN Newswire) - The University of Tokyo, the University of Tsukuba, and Fujitsu Limited today announced that the Oakforest-PACS massively parallel cluster-type supercomputer, built by Fujitsu and operated by the Joint Center for Advanced High Performance Computing (JCAHPC), has achieved a LINPACK performance result of 13.
as the previous leader, the Tianhe-2, which posted a LINPACK performance of
Especially LINPACK, the yardstick for the successful TOP500 lists for more than 17 years now, has to be adapted to the new Petascale situation, because the execution time of extremely large LINPACK runs is going into the 10th of hours.