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I am a very happy user of the Eigen3 library in my library RBDL, the
Rigid Body Dynamics Library (https://rbdl.bitbucket.org) which is an
open-source implementation of state-of-the art algorithms for both
forward and inverse dynamics.
Recently I have added more sophisticated joint models which reduce some
iterations required in the recursive algorithms in RBDL. When doing some
benchmarking it turns out that my changes provide a nice speedup (2.0X)
in some algorithms, while in others it is unpleasantly slower (0.5X).
Profiling (using google perftools) suggests that the code spends ~20%
more time in the copyPacketByOuterInner when using the newer joint models.
The question is now: what operations in Eigen result in calling of the
function and can they be avoided?
The code in question can be found here:
mail : martin.felis@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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