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19 August 2008 1
Edit Theodore Test edited the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
19 August 2008 at 05:52 AM
05 August 2008 4
Comment Theodore Test replied to a comment on the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
5 August 2008 at 05:45 AM
" Scratch that second thought. I hadn't considered the major downside to vectorization in micro-algorithm optimization: excess comparison calculations. " reply
Comment Theodore Test replied to a comment on the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
5 August 2008 at 05:22 AM
" Second, the sort-check subalgorithm in my numpy implementation hasn't been properly vectorized. When I get around to that, it'll probably speed up a bit. " reply
Comment Theodore Test replied to a comment on the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
5 August 2008 at 05:22 AM
" I'm guessing the low difference is due to two things. First, one dimensional arrays don't really provide an opportunity for numpy's improved multidimensional indexing and iteration backend to shine. " reply
Comment David Isaacson commented on the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
5 August 2008 at 01:30 AM
" Damn... I'm kind of disappointed there's not too much of a difference. I was hoping for something crazy ; ).... I wonder if the array operations in 'regular' Python have a C-backend anyways? " reply
04 August 2008 2
Edit Theodore Test edited the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
4 August 2008 at 03:19 PM
Edit Theodore Test edited the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
4 August 2008 at 03:12 PM
Theodore Test posted the NumPy snippet “Bogosort Implementation Comparison Testing
4 August 2008 at 02:40 PM
Test a sequence of bogosort functions on a series of scrambled linear arrays of ascending maximum size. Repeat the tests a given number of times and return a 3-d array of timing information.... more