benchmark 
The numerical simulations on several benchmark problems show that the scheme is very efficient.


The test by some benchmark problems shows that the proposed algorithm achieves relatively higher performance.


Experimental results for MCNC benchmark circuits are given.


All this is supported by the experimental study on benchmark circuits.


The experimental results with the adaptive control on the "Helicopter" benchmark were described.


Under excitation with highenergy particles, the best speciments of the scintillators showed luminescence decay times of 6.38.9 ns and light outputs of 8090% that of a benchmark polystyrene scintillator containing 2% pTP+0.05% POPOP.


The simulation results are compared with the exact analytical solution for the simplest example and with the results obtained according to the commonly used generalized matrix procedure (the benchmark problem).


The presented benchmark solution can lead to a better understanding of the acoustics of waveguide sources (transducers) that are of practical interest in underwater acoustics and ocean engineering.


Sleptons at postWMAP benchmark points at LHC (CMS)


We study the possibility of detecting sleptons at postWMAP benchmark points at LHC (CMS).


Numerical results for some benchmark problems are presented.


Examples of solution of actual and benchmark problems using FRiSfunction are given.


The functionality of the newborn algorithm is tested on some benchmark optimization problems.


The results obtained by MRCI method agree with the FCI very well, and even are accurate enough to compare other approximate methods as benchmark, when the calculations of FCI are not feasible.


In particular, DiffSat can solve every instance of Bart benchmark suite in less than 0.03 s while Zchaff and MiniSat fail under a 900 s time limit.


They can be used as the benchmark solutions to verify the applicability of the existing numerical computational methods and to inspire new differencing schemes, grid generation ways, etc.


Three 3D cases that have analytical or benchmark solutions are adopted.


Calculations of several classic questions in numerical heat transfer with delaying modified QUICK scheme show good agreement with benchmark.


Computational fluid dynamics benchmark of an impulse turbine with fixed guide vanes


Further, several benchmark circuits are shown to verify the efficient methods.

