Subject: Re: [boost] different matrix library?
From: joel (joel.falcou_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-08-18 14:52:32
Edward Grace wrote:
> It means what it says, for the two functions you are timing there is
> no measurable difference in execution time that cannot be explained by
> chance. So, if you think A is faster than B or B is faster than A,
> you are mistaken.
> The final figure for example, -5.22 --- +4.15, indicates that with a
> 95% chance the speedup of A relative to B lies between those
> extremes. Since these extremes clearly include zero you can't say
> there is a speedup. The best point estimate of the speedup is 0.053%
> (naff all!).
This means A and B have the same execution time most of the time then ?
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