[Numpy-discussion] Matlab/Numeric/numarray benchmarks
Jason Rennie
jrennie at csail.mit.edu
Thu Jan 20 07:45:45 CST 2005
On Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 10:33:48AM -0500, Perry Greenfield wrote:
> Could you at least give enough information to understand the what the
> benchmark is? (Size of arrays, what the 3 columns are, etc). What is
> the benchmark code? I see references to benchmark.py but there doesn't
> appear to be any attachment.
It's Simon Burton's benchmark.py and bench.m code. Only modification
I made was to move the imports to the top. Matlab code is identical.
See attached for the exact code.
Jason
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a=randn(1000,1000);
b=randn(1000,1000);
N=100;
t0 = cputime;
for i=1:N
c = a+b;
end
t = cputime-t0;
t = t/N
N=10;
t0 = cputime;
for i=1:N
c = a*b;
end
t = cputime-t0;
t = t/N
a=randn(500,500);
N=10;
t0 = cputime;
for i=1:N
c = eig(a);
end
t = cputime-t0;
t = t/N
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