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Les Hatton

1985a

A portable seismic computing benchmark

First Break, Augustvector_2dfft.zip

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I wrote a 2-D portable FFT for this and used it to benchmark various computers. The leading benchmark of that (and this) time is Jack Dongarra's LINPACK suite but this contains no disc I/O and wasn't really representative of what we did in seismic data processing. The manufacturers were very helpful. I recently reran this benchmark on a standard PC. It absolutely whupped all the exotic supercomputers of the 1980s. You can download the benchmark from the link given.None yet7

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