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benchFFT is a program to compare FFT implementations. It benchmarks
the speed and accuracy of over 40 programs in both C and Fortran. You
can download it and run it yourself on your own machine and compiler,
or view results sent in by users from a large number of machines.
benchFFT benchmarks both real and complex transforms in one, two, and three
Current Version: 2.0
License Type: Free for Non-Commercial Use
Source Code Availability:
Yes (from Home Site)
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Yes, from Home Site
Any platform with at least an ANSI C compiler. A Fortran compiler
is required to benchmark Fortran FFTs. Precompiled binaries are also
available for some machines.
ANSI C compiler (except where precompiled binaries are available).
Mailing Lists/USENET News Groups:
- "I think that you are doing a great service for heavy FFT users like
- "I would like to congratulate you for your excellent work on
benchmarking the fastest FFT routines available in the world."
- "I've gotten a lot out of your FFT benchmark web page for a while now. I
want you guys to know how much your efforts are appreciated."
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