ApproxBench is a resource for evaluating approximate computing research.

Work in approximate computing studies complex application-level interactions between efficiency and quality. Convincing evaluations need to study applications that are known to error-resilient.

ApproxBench aims to make approximate-computing evaluations easier and better by providing:

The ApproxBench harnesses are in development. In the mean time, check out EnerJ’s Java benchmark suite and ACCEPT’s C/C++ suite. You may also be interested in AxBench from Georgia Tech’s ACT Lab.

ApproxBench is a project of the University of Washington Department of Computer Science & Engineering department in the Sampa lab. Please contact Adrian Sampson with inquiries.

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