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benchmark test

[′bench‚märk ‚test]
(computer science)
A test of computer software or hardware that is generally run on a number of products to compare their performance.
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After multi-phase benchmark tests, the modular hyperMILL comprehensive CAM solution won over the IT department at the BMW Group and the specialists in tool engineering, prototyping and series production.
The handset was released last June 2014 and has impressive specs that was also found to be cheating GFXBench T-Rex benchmark tests.
To complement and enhance the capabilities of district and school staff, the Stupski Foundation and CRESST (National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing at UCLA) worked out an agreement for CRESST to provide expert review and recommendations to improve the technical quality of the district's benchmark tests.
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The computer industry has long used benchmark tests in an endless game of corporate marketing one-upmanship in the commercial computer market.
Benchmark tests and beta trials from customers show that SQL Compare 3 is as much as 100 times faster than its predecessor.
By using the ES7000/Microsoft platform, the cost per user can decrease by as much as 30 percent compared to other servers, according to the benchmark tests.
As preparation for statewide testing in early spring, students are administered benchmark tests three times during the fall and winter.
Aluminum producers and casters have long been dissatisfied with the standard benchmark tests used to evaluate refractory materials designed for their use.
com/research/34ea12/the_mother_of_all) has announced the addition of the "The Mother of all Network Benchmark Tests.
htm) face a stiff competition in the other benchmark tests conducted by (http://www.