From: Phil Endecott (spam_from_boost_dev_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-07-05 07:46:13
Steven Ross wrote:
> I've attached a testcase.
Running this code, I see a 36% improvement.
> It also casts the floats to ints because I haven't
> written float_sort yet, and I don't have your fixed-point code to work with.
The benchmarks I was doing before were simply multiplying the float by
1e6 and rounding to an int. I was also only storing and sorting the
actual number, not the associated data; I see that your code sorts
everything. And I was measuring elapsed time rather than CPU time. I
don't know how much difference any of that makes.
When I simply plug the new Constants.h into my existing test I see a
further slowdown; it's actually slower than std::sort.
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They're accessible via gmane though.
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