Problem Based Benchmark Suite. This is the current list of benchmarks. It includes a description for each benchmark specifying the I/O interface and the set of default input files. It also includes code for each benchmark as a tar file. This code is preliminary (alpha V.0.1, May 2012). All code is in C++. The parallel code uses the Cilk Plus extensions and requires shared memory. For each benchmark the tar file includes the code for generating inputs, code for testing, code for timing, a sequential implementation, and a parallel implementation. In some cases a sequential implementation is missing in the current release, but the parallel code can be compiled to run sequentially. Please read the README files. To use a different language one can use the existing code for generating inputs and testing, but would have to implement their own code for reading and writing files and timing.
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 6 articles )
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- Rollini, Simone Fulvio; Bruttomesso, Roberto; Sharygina, Natasha; Tsitovich, Aliaksei: Resolution proof transformation for compression and interpolation (2014)
- Zhao, Zhong-Qiu; Gao, Jun; Glotin, Herve; Wu, Xindong: A matrix modular neural network based on task decomposition with subspace division by adaptive affinity propagation clustering (2010)
- Goldberg, Eugene; Novikov, Yakov: BerkMin: A fast and robust SAT-solver (2007)
- Sirlantzis, K.; Lamb, J.D.; Liu, W.B.: Novel algorithms for noisy minimization problems with applications to neural networks training (2006)
- Shen, Li: VFSim: concurrent fault simulation at register transfer level (2005)
- Williamson, James R.: Gaussian ARTMAP: A neural network for fast incremental learning of noisy multidimensional maps. (1996)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~pbbs/publications.html