1. Added global error accounting in STREAM.
2. Updated checking to report from multiple MPI processes contributing to overall error.
3. Added barrier to make sure all processes enter STREAM kernel tests at the same time.
4. Updated naming conventions to match the original benchmark in STREAM.
5. Changed scaling constant to prevent verification from overflowing in STREAM.
6. Simplified MPI communicator code in STREAM.
7. Substituted large constants for more descriptive compile time arithmetic in STREAM.
8. Added the ``restrict'' keyword to the STREAM vector pointers for faster generated code.
9. Updated STREAM code to the official STREAM MPI version 1.7.
10. Removed infinite loop due to default compiler optimization in DLAMCH and SLAMCH.
11. Added compiler flags to allow compiling with a C++ compiler.
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