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Using Earl to store software performance test results

From: Cristiano Longo <cristiano.longo@tvblob.com>
Date: Tue, 06 Nov 2007 10:38:10 +0000
To: public-wai-ert@w3.org
Message-Id: <200711061136.16211.cristiano.longo@tvblob.com>

Dear all, 
I need a 'framework' to store performance test results of various kind of 
algorithms and software. I think that EARL is suitable for this purpose, but 
such a test result is not "Binary"(passed or not passed), but a numerical 
value. An example could be the convergence speed of an iterative algorithm, 
or the error of a genetic algorithm after some iterations.

Sean B. Palmer suggested me to use the earl:info property to store such a 
value, and i think it is a good idea. In order to have a common framework to 
handle this situation, should be a good idea to create a subproperty of 
earl:info with only numerical values as range, and to subclass 
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