# Tuesday, 02 July 2002
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Benchmark

Just for fun, I tried to run a FFT program from the IBM Ninja (Numerically Intensive Java) package. After implementing a few more native methods, it ran, but to my surprise it ran about as fast as under JDK 1.4 (with Sun's Hotspot VM). Not bad for totally unoptimized code ;-)

The cfft.java source that I ran can be viewed here, the resulting executable (in a zip) can be found here and I've updated the project snapshot. For the array package, follow the Ninja link.

Tuesday, 02 July 2002 12:28:37 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]
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