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Re: st: Stata (gllamm) benchmarks for different platforms?

From   Philip Ryan <[email protected]>
To   [email protected]
Subject   Re: st: Stata (gllamm) benchmarks for different platforms?
Date   Fri, 23 Apr 2004 19:12:41 +0930

No doubt the stuff about chips and flops is important but if the objective is 
making -gllamm- more useable shouldn't the first step be to encourage StataCorp

to incorporate -gllamm- or -gllamm-like code for mixed/hierarchical models 
*into the executable* as soon as possible?


Quoting Michael Ingre <[email protected]>:

> Oops
> I just checked the top 500 list of supercomputers and there is an Opteron
> system on the list. I missed it because I only looked at the top 5 before.
> At least in supercomputing, the Apple/G5 is way ahead of the Opteron:
> #3 2200 Apple/G5 CPUs - max 10.3 TFlops, peak 17.6 TFlops
> #6 2816 Opteron  CPUs - max  8.1 TFlops, peak 11.3 TFlops
> I guess the guys at Virginia tech knew exactly what they were doing.
> Michael
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