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Late last year (December 2021) new results were published over at the Java Matrix Benchmark web site. ojAlgo performed well, as always, but this time there seemed to be some…

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Nowadays you can get your JDK from many different sources. In most cases they only differ on license and support, but there are also alternatives with real technical differences. Two…

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First published in October 2021, then updated in February 2022. ojAlgo contains pure Java LP, QP and MIP solvers. That's something very unique. There are very few pure Java alternatives…

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With version 19.3 (released 2019-11-19) GraalVM supports Java 11. This benchmark compares the Community Edition (CE) with the Enterprise Edition (EE) and compares them both to a the usual HotSpot…

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Eclipse OpenJ9 version 0.17.0 was released 2019-10-18. It is available with AdoptOpenJDK that comes in 2 versions – HotSpot and OpenJ9. Here we benchmark those 2 versions doing some linear…

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In a previous post the two versions of Adopt Open JDK (HotSpot & OpenJ9) were compared doing matrix multiplication using three different pure Java linear algebra libraries. Now, a Java…

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I'm in the process of executing the Java Matrix Benchmark on a Google Cloud Platform Compute Engine (n1-highmem-4 (4 vCPUs, 26 GB memory) with Intel Skylake processors). Actually I'm doing 3 separate benchmark executions using…

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