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June 18, 2009

When Supercomputing Benchmarks Fail to Add Up

Andrew Jones

Benchmarking is valuable for many reasons. It can measure the performance of a system architecture or new algorithms, or evaluate progress in application development and identify hotspots to optimise. But the highest-profile use of benchmarking is to help with high-performance computing buying decisions.

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