- The Bench++ Benchmark Suite (DRAFT) by Joseph M. Orost
- Benchmarking Implementations of Functional Languages with ``Pseudoknot'', a Float-Intensive Benchmark by Pieter H. Hartel, Martin Alt, Pierre Weis, Lennart Augustsson, Marc Feeley, Pater Baumann, and Peter Wentworth.
- Benchmarking: Real World Results from a Real World Attempt by J. Gary Augustson
- Benchmarking Terminology for LAN Switching Devices by R. Mandeville of the Network Working Group
- Benchmarking Terminology for Network Interconnection Devices Text file paper edited by S. Bradner for the Network Working Group at Harvard University.
- Characterizing the Performance of Shared Memory Computers using Micro-Benchmarks(in compressed Postscript) by Rafael H. Saavedra, R. Stockton Gaines and Michael J. Carlton
- The Complete Linpack Report (in Postscript) by Jack Dongarra
- Computer Measurement Group Links to benchmark programs and results. All systems, PC to mainframe.
- HINT Benchmarking Technical Specs As well as other papers pertaining to HINT.
- Micro Benchmark Analysis of the KSR1(in compressed Postscript) by Rafael H. Saavedra, R. Stockton Gaines and Michael J. Carlton
- Paper describing the results of the parallel algorithm comparison research that motivated the development of PSTSWM.(in Postscript)
- Paper that uses PSTSWM in describing a new methodology for benchmarking parallel computers.(in Postscript)
- ParkBench Documentation for the Parkbench Benchmarking Code
- PARKBENCH paper Describing the current version of ParkBench by Michael Berry and Roger W. Hockney
- Performance Comparison using PCCM2(in Postscript)
- Postscript file describing benchmarking results on the Intel Paragon, IBM SP-2, and CRI T3D
- Public International Benchmarks for Parallel Computers by Roger Hockney and Michael Berry
- Terminology for Cell/Call Benchmarking by R. Craig of the Network Working Group
- Terminology for IP Multicast Benchmarking by K. Dubray of the Network Working Group
- Top 500 Supercomputer Sites at Manheim University and Netlib To provide a better basis for statistics on high-performance computers, Netlib lists the sites that have the 500 most powerful computer systems installed. The best Linpack benchmark performance
achieved is used as a performance measure in ranking the computers.
- User's Guide for PCCM2(in Postscript)
- Log form to download User's Guide for PSTSWM 4.0(in Postscript)
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