I am working with some computational experiments with an Integer Programming (IP) formulation over a well-known set of instances from the literature of my problem. And I would like to compare my formulation with another author formulation from the literature (making a benchmarking).
However, the machine configuration in which the author's formulation was executed is different from mine. So, I thought, if I can find the equivalent time from the author's machine to mine, then I can use this equivalent time on my computational experiments, e.g if one hour of execution on the author's machine is equivalent to two hours of execution on mine machine and the author's experiments were executed with one hour of the time limit, then I can run my experiments with a time limit of two hours and have more precise results to compare.
Hence, I would like to know if there is any way to calculate the equivalent time from two different machines (even if this time be approximated).