Changes between Version 42 and Version 43 of DataParallel/BenchmarkStatus


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Mar 10, 2009 5:16:26 AM (6 years ago)
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    107107=== Summary === 
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    109 The speedup relative to a sequential C program for !SumSq, DotP, and SMVM on both architectures is illustrated by [http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~chak/project/dph/benchmarks/speedup-mar09.png this graph.]  In all cases, the data parallel Haskell program outperforms the sequential C program by a large margin on 8 cores.  The gray graph is a parallel C program computing the dot product using pthreads.  It clearly shows that the two Quad-Core Xeon with 8x1 threads are memory-limited for this benchmark, and the C code is barely any faster on 8 cores than the Haskell code. 
     109The speedup relative to a sequential C program for !SumSq, DotP, and SMVM on both architectures is illustrated by [http://justtesting.org/post/85103645/these-graphs-summarise-the-performance-of-data two summary graphs.]  In all cases, the data parallel Haskell program outperforms the sequential C program by a large margin on 8 cores.  The gray graph is a parallel C program computing the dot product using pthreads.  It clearly shows that the two Quad-Core Xeon with 8x1 threads are memory-limited for this benchmark, and the C code is barely any faster on 8 cores than the Haskell code.