Problem Based Benchmark Suite

Sequence File Format:

The sequence file format is used for representing a sequence of values. The files are stored in ascii and need to be in the format:


Each item after the sequence<type> declaration represents one element of the sequence and <type> specifies the type of each elements. The items are delimited by any consecutive sequence of delimiter characters: tab, space, line feed (ascii 0x0A), and carriage return (ascii 0x0D). The <type> can be one of the following:

The missing and extra carriage returns are meant to illustrate that there is no distinction between the delimiting characters. Files can start and end with delimiters, which are ignored.
last modified 15:18, 05 Jun 2012

This project has been funded by the following sources:
Intel Labs Academic Research Office for the Parallel Algorithms for Non-Numeric Computing Program,
National Science Foundation, and
IBM Research.