For Example consider addition is a simple program and this progran executed in VDSP++ 5.1 software. For this how could measure the MIPS.
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Normally, the MIPS calculation is based on Core clock cycles.
I would recommend using Cycle Counting: determine how many cycles the code takes, per iteration. Determine how many times per second that piece of code gets executed, and divide that by the clock speed. e.g. if you code takes 100 cycles, executes 30 times a second that's only 30K cycles of the available MIPS, for ex: 30K cycles of the available 450MHz.
There is an Application-Note - EE-332 "Cycle Counting and Profiling" - that discusses the use of Cycle Count registers, available in below link:
kader, ".............e.g. if you code takes 100 cycles, executes 30 times a second that's only 30K cycles of the available MIPS, for ex: 30K cycles of the available 450MHz."
It should be 3K (30x100) cycles of the available MIPS and not 30K cycles.
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