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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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As such, I am delighted that it has achieved its major objective - a LINPACK performance of 10 petaflops - thus demonstrating our strong technical power.
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Total power consumption was measured for each system during LINPACK operation.
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increasing LINPACK benchmark scores by over 50 percent (sted: increasing LINPAC benchmark scores by over 50 percent).
1) For data on LINPACK "N", please see: http://performance.