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- Subject: Re: [eigen] Different computation time when using Eige
- From: tuch s <tuchfly@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2016 18:15:51 +0800
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The input data and output date are the same, but the running time is much different, some times very fast, some times much slower.
The matrix is 128*1024, and the vector is 1024, I didn't know why the running time is so much different.
0.4 second and 2.1 second is just an example, maybe this time I can get the output using just 0.4 second, and the next time 1.9 second, or 2.1 second or some other value.