1. A package of linear algebra routines.
2. The kernel benchmark developed from the “LINPACK” package of linear algebra routines. It was written by Jack Dongarra firstname.lastname@example.org in Fortran and is commonly used in that language but there is also a C version.
Source Code by FTP: single precision Fortran (ftp://netlib.att.com/netlib/benchmark/linpacks.Z), double precision Fortran (ftp://netlib.att.com/netlib/benchmark/linpackd.Z), C (ftp://netlib.att.com:/netlib/benchmark/linpackc.Z).
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