Benchmark

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The following benchmark results have been generated using a (heavily) modified version of the Benchmark for Templated Libraries (BTL) from Laurent Plagne. Our modified version can be found in the mercurial repository under eigen/bench/btl. We did our best to make the best use of each library, however, any hints on making a lib working better are welcome. All libs have been configured to use dynamic-size column-major matrices and only one thread. Try it yourself.

Higher is better. By MFLOPS we mean millions of (effective) arithmetic operations per second. The reason why the values are typically low for small sizes, is that in this benchmark we deal with dynamic-size matrices which are relatively inefficient for small sizes. The reason why some libraries/benchmarks show a decline for large sizes, is that for such large matrices issues of CPU cache friendliness become predominant.

Previous benchmarks:

Here is the list of the libraries included in the following benchmarks:

23 March 2011

Configuration


axpy

axpby

matrix_vector

atv

matrix_matrix

aat

trisolve_vector

trisolve_matrix

cholesky

partial_lu_decomp

tridiagonalization

hessenberg

symv

syr2

ger

rot

complete_lu_decomp
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