Definitions of Timing classes. More...
|A virtual base class for timers. More...|
|A CPU time timer classMeasures the time spent by the CPU on the current process. If two processes are running concurrently, one real seconds equal 5 CPU seconds per process. The resolution is not very good (in the order of 0.01 seconds). More...|
|A real time timer classMeasures real time. More...|
|itpp namespace |
|Reset and start timer. |
|Returns the elapsed time since last tic() |
|Prints the elapsed time since last tic() |
|void||itpp::pause (double t=-1)|
Definitions of Timing classes.
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Definition in file timing.h.