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    FPC

    Abstract copied from old forum:

    FPC (Floating-Point Compressor) a lossless compression algorithm
    for linear stream of 64-bit floating-point data.FPC is desined to
    compress well while at the same time meeting the high throughput
    demands of scientific computing environments.
    It achieves a substantially higher average compression than GZIP,
    BZIP2,FSD,PLMI & DFCM.
    At comparable compression ratios, it compress & decompress 8 to
    300 times faster than five algorithms.....
    New version was released two weeks ago at homepage.
    I am... Black_Fox... my discontinued benchmark
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    Thanks for the link.
    That's not much of a compressor, but they have useful data samples.

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    Thanks BF!

    Here's the source code with compiled executable.
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