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66AK2H14: Getting CCS5 simulator license or alternative method of estimating performance for LU decomposition.

Part Number: 66AK2H14
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: FFTLIB, MATHLIB

I am working on a phase 1 study for a program that needs to perform LU decomposition processing a Keystone II processor 66AK2H14 (not sure the part suffix).  I'm trying to estimate the number of processors needed for this processing.  I was hoping to get a benchmark on the C code that we have using CCS5 and the C66x simulator.  I installed the linux CCS5 but the 'free' simulator license expired in 2013.  I searched for hours looking for clues to the C66x performance on this type of linear algebra with not relevant results.  I know that the chip is old and the simulators are discontinued, but not sure how else to get the data needed.  I'm looking for complex 12x12 symmetric matrix LU decomposition in particular.