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Many-core Plurality to benchmark on EEMBC

12/23/2010 11:48 AM EST
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Kinnar
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re: Many-core Plurality to benchmark on EEMBC
Kinnar   12/25/2010 5:13:26 PM
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There are so many benchmarking agencies in the world today if you search about it you will find pages and pages with results, but it really becomes very hard to find the actual evaluation of the product. It would be really good if the result of this activity comes out as some standardized solution to this.

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Dave.Dykstra   12/24/2010 4:45:40 AM
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Some very interesting work going on in the EEMBC. It will be of great interest to see what they come up with for measuring Web browser performance, since that is a somewhat subjective area for most of us - speed is of course of interest, but that is, in the final analysis, controlled by the input & output pipes.

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