slow complex<double>'s with g++
Fri Mar 3 18:28:00 GMT 2006
It may be that I'm missing something, but you appear to be computing
Zi = 2.0*Zr*Zi + Ci;
Zr = Tr - Ti + Cr;
Z = Z*Z + C;
No doubt the 2.0 makes a difference...
There are several minor optimizations also that might speed up your
code... if you're interested, email me offline.
On 3/3/06, Greg Buchholz <email@example.com> wrote:
> Brian Budge wrote:
> > Which command line arguments are you using?
> Mostly "-O3", but I've tried lots of combinations of different
> options and I haven't yet found the magic incantation.
> >Can you make use of sse2?
> Well, there is a C version that I wrote which uses gcc's vector
> extensions and SSE2...
> ...but right now I'm more interested in why normal complex<double>'s are
> so slow.
> Greg Buchholz
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