Commit 339dac62 authored by Alexandre Duret-Lutz's avatar Alexandre Duret-Lutz

org: add a quick dirty comparison of 3 translators

* doc/org/ Here.
* doc/org/spot.css: Add table-pre style.
parent c9c98e11
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......@@ -574,8 +574,9 @@ dac-patterns:20,ltl2ba
Note that in case of equality, only the first translator is returned.
So when =ltl2ba= is output above, it could be the case that =ltl3ba=
or =ltl2tgba -s= are also producing automata of equal size.
So when =ltl2ba= is output above, it could be (and it probably is, see
below) the case that =ltl3ba= or =ltl2tgba -s= are also producing
automata of equal size.
To understand the above pipeline, remove the =ltldo= invocation. The
[[][=genltl=]] command outputs this:
......@@ -607,6 +608,65 @@ formula through the three translator, pick the smallest automaton
was used (=%T=) along with the portion of the CSV file that was before
the input column (=%<=).
If you are curious about the actually size of the automata produced by
=ltl2ba=, =ltl3ba=, and =ltl2tgba -s= in the above example, you can
quickly build a CSV file using the following pipeline where each
command append a new column. We wrap =ltl2ba= and =ltl3ba= with
=ltldo= so that they can process one column of the CSV that is input,
and output statistics in CSV as output. =ltl2tgba= does not need
that, as it already supports those features. In the resulting CSV
file, displayed as a table below, entries like =2s 4e 0d= represent an
automaton with 2 states, 4 edges, and that is not deterministic. .
(We have a [[][separate page]] with more examples of reading and writing CSV
#+NAME: small-bench
#+BEGIN_SRC sh :exports code
echo input,ltl2ba,ltl3ba,ltl2tgba -s
genltl --dac=10..20 --format=%F:%L,%f |
ltldo -F-/2 ltl2ba --stats '%<,%f,%ss %ee %dd' |
ltldo -F-/2 ltl3ba --stats '%<,%f,%>,%ss %ee %dd' |
ltl2tgba -s -F-/2 --stats '%<,%>,%ss %ee %dd'
#+BEGIN_SRC sh :results output raw :exports results :noweb yes
sed '
s/^/| /
s/$/ |/
' <<EOF
#+ATTR_HTML: :class table-pre
| input | ltl2ba | ltl3ba | ltl2tgba -s |
| <c> | <r> | <r> | <r> |
| dac-patterns:10 | 2s 4e 0d | 2s 4e 1d | 2s 4e 1d |
| dac-patterns:11 | 5s 9e 1d | 5s 9e 1d | 5s 9e 1d |
| dac-patterns:12 | 8s 29e 0d | 8s 20e 0d | 7s 17e 1d |
| dac-patterns:13 | 8s 17e 0d | 8s 17e 0d | 6s 12e 1d |
| dac-patterns:14 | 16s 62e 0d | 11s 33e 0d | 7s 19e 1d |
| dac-patterns:15 | 10s 47e 0d | 10s 41e 0d | 6s 17e 1d |
| dac-patterns:16 | 1s 1e 1d | 1s 1e 1d | 1s 1e 1d |
| dac-patterns:17 | 4s 7e 0d | 4s 7e 0d | 3s 5e 1d |
| dac-patterns:18 | 2s 3e 0d | 2s 3e 1d | 2s 3e 1d |
| dac-patterns:19 | 4s 8e 0d | 3s 6e 0d | 3s 7e 1d |
| dac-patterns:20 | 2s 4e 0d | 2s 4e 1d | 2s 4e 1d |
#+ATTR_HTML: :class table-pre
* Controlling and measuring time
The run time of each command can be restricted with the =-T NUM=
......@@ -26,9 +26,9 @@ pre.src-C\+\+:before{content:'C++'}
table.csv-table {font-family:monospace, courier}
table.csv-table th {vertical-align:bottom}
table.csv-table th div {text-align:center}
table.csv-table,table.table-pre{font-family:monospace, courier}
table.csv-table th{vertical-align:bottom}
table.csv-table th div{text-align:center}
table.csv-table th div span{text-align:left;writing-mode:vertical-lr;transform:rotate(180deg);display:inline-block;white-space:nowrap}
@media screen{
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