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detect-gpu - Classifies GPUs based on their 3D rendering benchmark score allowing the developer to provide sensible default settings for graphically intensive applications

  •    TypeScript

Classifies GPUs based on their 3D rendering benchmark score allowing the developer to provide sensible default settings for graphically intensive applications. Think of it like a user-agent detection for the GPU but more powerful. By default we use the UNPKG CDN to host the benchmark data. If you would like to serve the benchmark data yourself download the required benchmarking data from benchmarks.tar.gz and serve it from a public directory.

streaming-benchmarks - Benchmarks for Low Latency (Streaming) solutions including Apache Storm, Apache Spark, Apache Flink,

  •    Java

Code licensed under the Apache 2.0 license. See LICENSE file for terms.At Yahoo we have adopted Apache Storm as our stream processing platform of choice. But that was in 2012 and the landscape has changed significantly since then. Because of this we really want to know what Storm is good at, where it needs to be improved compared to other systems, and what its limitations are compared to other tools so we can recommend the best tool for the job to our customers. To do this we started to look for stream processing benchmarks that we could use to do this evaluation, but all of them ended up lacking in several fundamental areas. Primarily they did not test anything close to a read world use case, so we decided to write a simple one. This is the first round of these tests. The tool here is not polished and only covers three tools and one specific use case. We hope to expand this in the future in terms of the tools tested, the variety of processing tested, and the metrics gathered.

Parallel Dwarfs

  •    CSharp

The Parallel Dwarfs project is a suite of 13 kernels (as VS projects in C++/C#/F#) parallelized using various technologies such as MPI, OpenMP, TPL, MPI.Net, etc. It also has a driver to run them, collect traces, and visualize the results using Vampir, Jumpshot, Xperf and Excel



A C# library of sorts to help myself try new concepts.

minification-benchmarks - 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♀️🏃 JS minification benchmarks: babel-minify, esbuild, terser, uglify-js, swc, google closure compiler

  •    TypeScript

Want to see more projects listed? PRs welcome! See the contribution guide for more info. UglifyJS takes first place for minification performance by winning 9 out of 11 races. When short, it only loses to Google Closure Compiler by less than 9 kB! Impressively, it's still written in ES5 but can handle ES6 up to ES2020.

scala-benchmarks - An independent set of benchmarks for testing common Scala idioms.

  •    Scala

An independent set of benchmarks for testing common Scala idioms. FoldBench compares List, scalaz.IList, Vector, Array, Stream, and Iterator for their speeds in various fold operations over Ints. FoldClassBench tries these same operations over a simple wrapping class to see how boxing/references affect things.

benchmarked - Easily generate benchmarks from a glob of files. Wrapper for Benchmark.js.

  •    Javascript

Easily generate benchmarks from a glob of files. Follow this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, for updates on this project and others.

b - Benchmarks for Node.js

  •    Javascript

I'm no longer actively maintaining this project. If you are interested supporting it - ping me on twitter. The only thing that I will ask you is to not change the API drastically. If you are planning on doing that - better start a brand new project. If you want me to transfer you only the name on npm, I'd be happy to only if the project does not have any downloads on npm lately. In case it's being downloaded, there are people that depend on it and might step up and start maintaining, so I will not transfer it to you, regardless if you want to release a new major version etc.

modsecurity-performance - Vagrant-based configurations intended for ModSecurity performance testing

  •    SaltStack

This repository contains a number of configurations (represented in SaltStack states and Vagrantfile descriptions) that can be used to test performance of ModSecurity with various connectors, primarily ModSecurity-nginx. VirtualBox is known to work on MacOS/Linux-based laptops, while KVM/libvirt is probably the best choice for servers.

benchmarksgame-rs - The Computer Language Benchmarks Game: Rust implementations

  •    Rust

This is the version I propose to the The Computer Language Benchmarks Game. For regex-dna, first propose your change to https://github.com/rust-lang/regex/blob/master/examples/shootout-regex-dna.rs, then submit a pull request here.

benchmarks - Machine Learning Benchmark Scripts

  •    Python

Visit http://www.mlpack.org/benchmark.html to see our latest results. This repository contains a collection of benchmark scripts for various machine learning libraries. The scripts serves as an infrastructure for measuring and comparing the performance, of different algorithms and libraries on various datasets using visual tools and different metrics. It aims to give the machine learning community a streamlined tool to get information on those changesets that may have caused speedups or slowdowns.

spacy-benchmarks - 💫 Runtime performance comparison of spaCy against other NLP libraries

  •    Python

The speed test expects to read documents from a simple SQLite table. More corpus injestors need to be written. So far there's one to create the table from the Gigaword corpus. This should download and install spaCy and other NLP libraries.


  •    Jupyter

Benchmarks for comparing hashtable implementations. Note that -c opt is the default.

paillier-libraries-benchmarks - Companion repository for blog post on benchmarking implementations of Paillier encryption

  •    Go

Benchmarks of libraries implementing Paillier encryption in various languages as part of a blog post on the concrete performance of our Rust library. All code has been tested on macOS and Google GCE (Ubuntu), some also on Raspberry Pis and mobile phones.

wat - How fast are computers?

  •    C

For the impatient, you need the following build dependencies on Ubuntu 16.04+. Earlier versions of Ubuntu don't have all the requisite dependencies, so you'll have trouble building with it. You must have an x86_64 processor with the constant_tsc feature. You can run cat /proc/cpuinfo |grep constant_tsc in order to determine whether or not your processor supports it. A processor that supports it will output some number of lines, one that doesn't will be blank. These benchmarks test how long it takes to pass back and forth a 1 byte number between processes in as low latency as possible. Please read-on on how to run them.

skiplist-survey - A comparison of skip lists written in Go

  •    Go

Here is a brief summary of skip list packages available in Go that you may consider using after a quick Google/Github search. If you know of any others, please contact me so I can add them here. The results are in CSV format for easy charting and analysis.

httpc_bench - Erlang HTTP client benchmarks

  •    Erlang

Benchmarks were executed on two servers, one client and one server.

pdb-benchmarks - Benchmarking common tasks on proteins in various languages and packages

  •    Python

Open source software packages to parse Protein Data Bank (PDB) files and manipulate protein structures exist in many languages, often as part of Bio* projects. This repository aims to collate benchmarks for common tasks across various languages and packages. The collection of scripts may also be useful to get an idea how each package works.

golang-benchmarks - Go(lang) benchmarks - (measure the speed of golang)

  •    Go

In programming in general, and in Golang in particular, many roads lead to Rome. From time to time I ask myself which of these ways is the fastest. In Golang there is a wonderful solution, with go test -bench you can measure the speed very easily and quickly. In order for you to benefit from it too, I will publish such benchmarks in this repository in the future.

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