Subject: Re: [boost] [xpressive] Performance Tuning?
From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-29 06:21:23
Edward Grace wrote:
>>> There's some interesting trickery in there by the looks of things for
>>> eliminating the optimiser nastiness - that's not something I've thought
>>> about much I'll take a look.
>> The technique of using an accumulator to keep the whole system
>> "plugged" is one of the ideas you can use versus the need for
>> global variables, volatile, etc.
> I'm clearly going to have to ponder this in some depth. While I've
> thought about trying to get the maths (statistics) right, I've not
> really given the nitty gritty of the machine's operation a great deal of
Well, there you have it. I'd love to have your expertise on statistics
plus Matthias Troyer, et al. test harness be combined in an easy to
use benchmarking library. Benchmarking is such a black art :-) !
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