Computer benchmarks: Dhrystone, FLOPS, Khornerstone, BogoMips, Benchmark, SPECfp, Performance per watt, NAS Parallel Benchmarks, 3DMark

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9781155436821: Computer benchmarks: Dhrystone, FLOPS, Khornerstone, BogoMips, Benchmark, SPECfp, Performance per watt, NAS Parallel Benchmarks, 3DMark
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 35. Chapters: Dhrystone, FLOPS, Khornerstone, BogoMips, Benchmark, SPECfp, Performance per watt, NAS Parallel Benchmarks, 3DMark, Phoronix Test Suite, EEMBC, Prime95, Data center infrastructure management, Princeton Application Repository for Shared-Memory Computers, NBench, SPECint, Transaction Processing over XML, LINPACK, PCMark, Windows System Assessment Tool, VMmark, Transaction Processing Performance Council, SLAMD, WorldBench, Multicore Association, Power usage effectiveness, Whetstone, Browser speed test, Super PI, Gpue, Bonnie++, IOzone, Iometer, HPC Challenge Benchmark, Average CPU power, Tsung, AIM Multiuser Benchmark, HD Tach, Web server benchmarking, TPC-W, Adjusted Peak Performance, OpenSTA, SLAMD Example Job Classes, Hierarchical INTegration, Data center infrastructure efficiency, Surveillance performance index, SPECpower, HABU equivalent, Xmark93, Cycles per byte, IGen, Weighted TeraFLOPS, Fhourstones, Computational Intensive Workload, Giga-updates per second, SLAMD Server. Excerpt: In computing, FLOPS (or flops or flop/s, for floating point operations per second) is a measure of a computer's performance, especially in fields of scientific calculations that make heavy use of floating point calculations, similar to the older, simpler, instructions per second. Since the final S stands for "second", conservative speakers consider "FLOPS" as both the singular and plural of the term, although the singular "FLOP" is frequently encountered. Alternatively, the singular FLOP (or flop) is used as an abbreviation for "FLoating-point OPeration", and a flop count is a count of these operations (e.g., required by a given algorithm or computer program). In this context, "flops" is simply the plural rather than a rate. Although it is in common use, FLOPS is not an SI unit. An expression like is actually interpreted as . NEC's SX-...

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