[plt-scheme] V301.5 Speed Up

From: Williams, M. Douglas (M.DOUGLAS.WILLIAMS at saic.com)
Date: Fri Feb 10 09:51:34 EST 2006

I just develop the science collection.  I don't actually USE any of that
stuff.  :)

Although I did just find time-apply.  So, I may run some tests over multiple
runs to see what we get.  I'll throw in the variance, but you can do the
t-tests.  :)

-----Original Message-----
From: Noel Welsh [mailto:noelwelsh at yahoo.com]
Sent: Fri 2/10/2006 1:15 AM
To: Williams, M. Douglas; plt-scheme
Subject: RE: [plt-scheme] V301.5 Speed Up
What is the variance?  Are these results statistically
significant?  I have some t-test code you can use for the
later ;-)


--- "Williams, M. Douglas" <M.DOUGLAS.WILLIAMS at saic.com>

> I should have thought of doing this for the first post. 
> Using the time function gives:
> V301
> cpu time: 18577 real time: 18632 gc time: 3615
> V301.5
> cpu time: 9474 real time: 9681 gc time: 2002
> So it is essential twice as fast.
> Doug

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