Wed Sep 17 08:55:54 CDT 2008
Did you edit site.cfg to use optimised libraries (ATLAS, MKL, whatever)?
On Tue, 2008-09-16 at 17:33 +0100, Tommy Carstensen wrote:
> Dear Robert Kern,
> Thanks for your interest in helping me.
> Previously I used LinearAlgebra.Heigenvectors. I should have switched to
> numpy.linalg.eigh instead of numpy.linalg.eig, since I work with Hermitian
> (non-complex and symmetric) matrices.
> Kind regards,
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> Subject: Re: [Numpy-discussion] numpy.linalg.eig
> On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 09:50, Tommy Carstensen <email@example.com>
> > To the numpy mailing list,
> > Previously I used python2.3 and the module LinearAlgebra for matrix
> > diagonalization. I recently upgraded to python2.5 and I am now using
> > numpy.linalg.eig for matrix diagonalization. This is approximately 3 times
> > slower than previously. I am using the same work station as previously and
> > it has all lapack libraries installed to my knowledge. Does anyone have an
> > explanation as to why I am experiencing the reduced speed of calculation?
> Although you have the same LAPACK libraries installed, Numeric and
> numpy may have been built differently, and numpy may not be using the
> same libraries. Can you check?
> > This is my first post to this mailing list, so I hope this mail complies
> > with the mailing list standards.
> Yes, certainly.
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