Update: a figure with more data points:
I've released AllanTools 2016.3 which now contains new mtotdev(), htotdev(), and theo1() statistics along with many other improvements. Here's a benchmark:
Compare to this one (from here):
I ran y-cruncher on a number of machines. Note the logarithmic y-axis. Lower is faster.
Here's some benchmark data for constructing the Voronoi diagram (or its dual, the Delaunay triangulation) for random point sites. Code for this benchmark is over here: https://github.com/aewallin/voronoi-benchmark
OpenVoronoi is my own effort using the incremental topology-oriented algorithm of Sugihara&Iri and Held. Floating-point coordinates with all sites falling within the unit-circle are used. Fast double-precision arithmetic is used for geometric predicates (e.g. "in-circle") during the incremental construction of the diagram, since the topology-oriented approach ensures that the algorithm finishes and produces an output graph regardless of errors in the geometric predicates. Quad-precision arithmetic is used for positioning vd-vertices. This benchmark runs in ca 7us*N*log2(N) time.
Boost.Polygon uses Fortune's sweepline algorithm. Only integer input coordinates are allowed, which ensures that geometric predicates can be computed exactly. Lazy arithmetic, where a high-precision slower number-type is used only when required, is used. This benchmark runs in ca 0.2us*N*log2(N) time.
CGAL uses exact geometric computation, which is slow but supposedly robust. The run-time gets worse with increasing problem-size and doesn't seem to fall on an O(N*log(N)) line.
Constructing the vd for random (non-crossing) line-segments is a reasonable stress-test for my vd-algorithm. When you've fixed one bug, just increase the number of line-segments by a factor of two and you will most likely uncover another! It now runs OK up to 2048 line-segments (yes, that does imply I get a segfault at 4096!).
There's some slowdown from 5us*n*log(n) in september 2011 (for just point-sites), to this code which runs in about 15 to 20us*n*log(n) when inserting the point-sites. Line-sites take longer, about 200us*m*log(m) for m line-sites.