Definition - What does Linpack Benchmark mean?
Linpack benchmark is a technique to evaluate the floating point rate of execution of a PC. This technique applies a standard mathematical algorithm based on solving simultaneous linear equations.
Jack Dongarra formulated the Linpack system when he aimed at giving computer users a standard measure of computer performance. The Linpack benchmark is useful in evaluating the actual speed a computer will be running one or more programs.
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