iterations per second

iterations per second

[‚īd·ə′rā·shənz pər ′sek·ənd]
(computer science)
In computers, the number of approximations per second in iterative division; the number of times an operational cycle can be repeated in 1 second.
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For example, AndEBench has measured the Kindle Fire's native performance as 1370 and 2720 iterations per second, respectively, for single and dual core operation; the Java performance is 94 and 146 iterations per second, respectively, for single and dual core operation.
The 8-/16-bit Microcontroller benchmarks also include a hand-coded, task-based benchmark suite that performs memory transfers, a checksum calculation, multiplication, UART data transfers, and shift operations typical of CRC and encryption algorithms, for which the XC167CI achieved a score of 474 iterations per second.
9W processor ranged from 18 iterations per second for JPEG compression to 204 iterations per second for RGB-to-CMYK conversion, while the EnergyBench scores for each of the kernels indicated an average power consumption range of 2.
They include autocorrelation, fixed-point bit allocation, fixed-point complex Fast Fourier Transform, Viterbi GSM decoder, and convolutional encoder benchmarks for which individual scores with several data sets are rendered in iterations per second.
They include autocorrelation, fixed-point bit allocation, fixed point complex Fast Fourier Transform, Viterbi GSM decoder, and convolutional encoder benchmarks for which individual scores with several data sets are rendered in iterations per second.