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h2. Evaluator(s)

\_Ondrej Klima (BUT)\_


h2. Evaluation points

h5. Assessment of measurable points

\* Dependency of memory consumption on \*input\* resolution from \*July 7 - July 25, 2014\*


\|\| Metric \|\| Description \|\| Metric baseline \|\| Metric goal \|\| \_resolution 64 points\_ \|\| \_128 points\_ \|\| \_256 points\_ \|\| \_512 points\_ \|\| \_1024 points\_ \\ \|\|
\| \[maximum peak memory used\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#98\] \| Maximum of the peak memory used in processing, measured in megabytes. \| \_\-\_ \\ \| \_\-\_ \\ \| 129.180 \| 129.727 \| 132.007 \| 212.263 \\ \| 1528.524 \|
\| \[max object size handled in bytes\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#404\] \| Maximum size of PFM file, measured in megabytes. \\ \| \\- \\ \| \\- \| 33.82 \| 33.82 \\ \| 33.82 \| 33.82 \| 33.82 \|
\| \[min object size handled in bytes\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#405\]\\ \| Minimum size of input file in megabytes. \\ \| \\- \\ \| \\- \\ \| 0.28 \| 0.28 \\ \| 0.28 \\ \| 0.28 \\ \| 0.28 \\ \|


\* Dependency of memory consumption on \*output\* resolution from \*July 7 - July 25, 2014\*


\|\| Metric \|\| Description \|\| Metric baseline \|\| Metric goal \|\| \_resolution 64 points\_ \|\| \_128 points\_ \|\| \_256 points\_ \|\| \_512 points\_ \|\|
\| \[maximum peak memory used\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#98\] \| Maximum of the peak memory used in processing, measured in megabytes. \| \_\-\_ \\ \| \_\-\_ \\ \| 32.058 \| 256.005 \| 2048.005 \| 16384.006 \|
\| \[max object size handled in bytes\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#404\] \| Maximum size of PFM file, measured in megabytes. \\ \| \\- \\ \| \\- \| 33.82 \| 33.82 \\ \| 33.82 \| 33.82 \|
\| \[min object size handled in bytes\|http://purl.org/DP/quality/measures#405\]\\ \| Minimum size of input file in megabytes. \\ \| \\- \\ \| \\- \\ \| 0.28 \| 0.28 \\ \| 0.28 \\ \| 0.28 \\ \|

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h2. Technical details

\* Values of "maximum peak memory used" metric were extracted from \*/proc/self/status\* file, concretely the field "RSS" was used. The \*resident set size\* is the ammount of a process's memory that is actually held in RAM.




h2. Evaluation notes