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Dhrystone is a synthetic computing benchmark program developed in by Reinhold P. Weicker intended to be representative of system (integer). Description. The Dhrystone "C" benchmark provides a measure of integer performance (no floating point instructions). It became the key standard benchmark. the industry-standard processor benchmark consortium, and was setup to create reliable Despite the growing adoption of EEMBC benchmarks, the Dhrystone.
Dhrystones. Dhrystone is a general-performance benchmark test originally developed by Reinhold Weicker in This benchmark is used to measure and. All rights reserved. ARM DAI A (ID). Dhrystone Benchmarking for ARM. Cortex Processors. Application Note Released on: The benchmark is calculated by measuring the number of Dhrystones per second for the system, and then dividing that figure by the number of.
PDF | Contains results of benchmarks via DOS, OS/2, Windows, PC Linux, Android and Raspberry Pi Linux. Developed in by R.P. Wecker, Dhrystone is a benchmark program written in C or Pascal (and now in Java) that tests a system's integer performance. One common representation of the Dhrystone benchmark is DMIPS. DMIPS ( Dhrystone MIPS). Why a Version 2 of Dhrystone? - -The Dhrystone benchmark program  has become a popular benchmark for -CPU/compiler performance measurement.