On 22.12.11 00:33, Igor Mozolevsky wrote:
Using the same argument one can say that Ferrari F430 vs Toyota Prius is a meaningless comparison because the under-the-hood equipment is different.
Of course, it is meaningless, the Ferrari will lose big time in the fuel consumption comparison! I believe it will also lose the price comparison as well. Not to speak the availability comparison.
You say that comparison is meaningless, yet you intend to compare those two cars?
Any 'benchmark' has a goal. You first define the goal and then measure how different contenders achieve it. Reaching the goal may have several measurable metrics, that you will use to later declare the winner in each. Besides, you need to define a baseline and be aware of what theoretical max/min values are possible.
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