LINPACK_BENCH is a FORTRAN77 program which carries out the LINPACK Benchmark.
The LINPACK benchmark is a test problem used to rate the performance of a computer on a simple linear algebra problem.
The test problem requires the user to set up a random dense matrix A of size N = 1000, and a right hand side vector B which is the product of A and a vector X of all 1's. The first task is to compute an LU factorization of A. The second task is to use the LU factorization to solve the linear system
A * X = B.
The number of floating point operations required for these two tasks is roughly
ops = 2 * N*N*N / 3 + 2 * N * N,therefore, the "MegaFLOPS" rating, or millions of floating point operations per second, can be found as
mflops = ops / ( cpu * 1000000 ).
On a given computer, if you run the benchmark for a sequence of increasing values of N, the behavior of the MegaFLOPS rating will vary as you pass through three main zones of behavior:
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The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
LINPACK_BENCH is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN77 version and a FORTRAN90 version and a JAVA version and a MATLAB version.
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LINPACK_BENCH_S is the single precision version:
LINPACK_BENCH_D is the double precision version:
This is the list of routines for the double precision version of the benchmark program. The single precision names are similar.
You can go up one level to the FORTRAN77 source codes.