On Thursday, 3 August 2017 at 14:00:31 UTC, Matt wrote:
Meanwhile, the blog post Laeeth gave you shows Mir doing better on matrix multiplication benchmarks than Eigen, significantly better when dealing with complex numbers.

I mean by now we should all be jaded enough not to simply take toy benchmarks as gospel for which is actually fastest in a non-trivial application.

That's why I didn't make such a general claim and noted that the linked benchmarks only dealt with matrix multiplication. :P

I don't doubt mir is really fast, though.

Yes, the benchmarks are indicative, but it's up to you come up with a benchmark that characterizes your workload better.

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