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No, each separate computer runs the code separately, then uploads the results of it's individual calculations to a controller. This would be the same application as wanting to determine the FLOPS of a variety of separate computers, individually.
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Thanks for linking those, but I seem to be running into difficulties when trying the UCS implementation. When I run it on 3 seperate computers with an i7-960@3.2GHz, an i7-2960M@2.7GHz, and an Intel-Q8200@2.33GHZ, all 3 computers return the same value of 120.4 MFlops. This is patently not true (or measuring something else) since the machine with the 960 core is running at 35 GFlops according to LinX. Perhaps I mis-stated my question a little since I'm actually on a Distributed Computing Network, where processing nodes are individual computers only linked by the Internet.
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Yes, thank you.
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