benchmark problem

benchmark problem

[′bench‚märk ‚präb·ləm]
(computer science)
A problem to be run on computers to evaluate their performances relative to one another.
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The topics are system modeling and identification, a basic approach to high-speed precision motion control, ultra-fast motion control, ultra-precise position control, control design for consumer electronics, and the hard disk drive benchmark problem.
Nonlinear control oriented boiler modeling-a benchmark problem for controller design.
A set of benchmark problem is created by user community for this study.
Tera believes its time on this benchmark problem is the fastest ever recorded.
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Comparison of numerical schemes for a realistic computational aeroacoustics benchmark problem
The convergence of distributed multi-ant algorithm (DMA) is around 100 to 150 shown in Figure 1 as the benchmark problem E-nl01-kl4 presented by (Christofides Nicos et al, 1979).
Prediction of nonlinear dynamic Glass-Mackey system is used as a benchmark problem.
The editors provide a complete set of equations and parameters for the benchmark problem and each article includes references.
Tera believes its time on this benchmark problem is the fastest ever recorded Extremely difficult issues of memory latency (the clinical term for the Latency Bug) and parallel task synchronization have prevented this code from being run effectively in parallel on competing systems.
The performance of the algorithm could possibly be evaluated through an experimental analysis with a set of benchmark problems.