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Performance Tuning Projects by Software Systems Laboratory

Post by forart » Fri Feb 09, 2007 5:13 pm

I found an interesting Technion's (Israel Institute of Technology) page that claims:
Performance Tuning Projects page wrote:Every team will have to follow the following milestones:

* Selecting an open source program.
* Tools training.
* Develop a benchmark and set the baseline. The benchmark should be fully automated, repeatable, should represent the functionality of the app and should take significant amount of time (about one minute) to enable progress monitoring.
* Analyze the performance, identify time breakdown hot spots.
* Understand the reason for the performance (HW events).
* Define optimization strategy. (SIMD, threading ...)
* Optimization work and benchmarking the results.
* Documentation of the work. Publishing a paper, documenting the code changes and trying to submit the code back to the open source community.
... :shock: ...

Why not involving them :?: :!: :!:
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Yes, sooner or later

Post by Jaix » Sat Feb 10, 2007 10:28 pm

Well, yes, that migth be a good idea ones the project reach the maturity level where people really use ReactOS. Code that are constantly changeing isn't in need for too much tuning. ReactOS needs stability more then speed, but in time this is really good.

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*Spam deleted* "SpyCatcher"

Post by lily_rea » Thu Mar 22, 2007 10:18 am

This post was deleted becaus it's classed as "spam"

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Post by EmuandCo » Thu Mar 22, 2007 1:12 pm

lily_rea: This nick was deleted because it's classed as "spam"

Your first post... shame on you! :evil: Its no spam, its an interesting idea

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Post by Jaix » Sun Mar 25, 2007 7:13 pm

EmuandCo wrote:lily_rea: This nick was deleted because it's classed as "spam"

Your first post... shame on you! :evil: Its no spam, its an interesting idea
Don't get me wrong, it was only lily_rea's post that was deleted, this thread is totally cool and forart's idea is interesting.

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