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Speed Test Derivatives Using Sacado

CppAD has a set of speed tests that are used to compare Sacado with other AD packages. This section links to the source code the Sacado speed tests (any suggestions to make the Sacado results faster are welcome).

To run these tests, you must include the sacado_prefix in you cmake command .

Running Tests
To build these speed tests, and run their correctness tests, execute the following commands starting in the build directory :
     cd speed/sacado
     make check_speed_sacado VERBOSE=1
You can then run the corresponding speed tests with the following command
     ./speed_sacado speed 
where seed is a positive integer. See speed_main for more options.

Sacado Speed: Gradient of Determinant by Minor Expansion
Sacado Speed: Gradient of Determinant Using Lu Factorization
Sacado Speed: Matrix Multiplication
Sacado Speed: Gradient of Ode Solution
Sacado Speed: Second Derivative of a Polynomial
Sacado Speed: Sparse Hessian
sacado Speed: sparse_jacobian

Input File: omh/speed/speed_sacado.omh