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The kernel benchmark
developed from the "LINPACK" package
of linear algebra routines. It was written by Jack Dongarra
<firstname.lastname@example.org> in Fortran
and is commonly used in
that language but there is also a C
Source Code by FTP: single precision Fortran
double precision Fortran
LinpackA 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.
benchmark is the standard used by the TOP500 project, which ranks the performance of supercomputers.
Total power consumption was measured for each system during LINPACK
A single Advance e710 board accelerates a dual socket, quad-core server by over 50 percent for the LINPACK
benchmark and up to 100 percent for Black Scholes-related workloads.
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.
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