Factors Causing Unexpected Variations in Ada Benchmarks
journal contributionposted on 01.10.1987 by Neal Altman
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Benchmarks are often used to describe the performance of computer systems. This report considers factors that may cause ADA benchmarks to produce inaccurate results. Included are examples from the ongoing benchmarking efforts of the ADA Embedded Systems Testbed (AEST) Project using bare target computers with several ADA compilers.