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2009-10-11
by earl, 3292 days ago
Bryan O'Sullivan's benchmarking library for Haskell, "criterion", sounds so good it makes me wish something like it came with the standard lib of every language: it measures the system clock resolution, accounts for the overhead of the actual timing, automatically repeats the benchmark to establish statistically significant outcomes, and more. If that sounds good and to write something similar for your favourite language, be sure to follow the links to Brent Boyer's two-part Robust Java Benchmarking series.
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