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SubjectRe: [ANNOUNCE] Interbench 0.27
Con Kolivas wrote:
> Interbench is a benchmark application is designed to benchmark interactivity
> in Linux.
> Direct download link:
> Web page:
> Changes:
> Standard deviation and average latency calculation was corrected. Gaming
> standard deviation was implemented.

As you may or may not remember I have a response benchmark, which does
different things... And one of the things I found is that when trying to
determine if a tuning was "better" was to look at the 90 and/or 95
percentile value. The max, average, and SD give you information which
may be hard to really understand, but the "mostly better than X" times
are pretty easy to understand.

I finally wound up using a dynamic percentile thing of my own creation,
but there's no supporting theory, I just looked with response curve
shapes and found a way to get numbers useful to me.

So you might find the percentile values pull additional information out
of your data points, particularly for noisy results.

-bill davidsen (
"The secret to procrastination is to put things off until the
last possible moment - but no longer" -me
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