[SciPy-User] Contribution to Performance Python
Tue Nov 10 09:53:56 CST 2009
not an answer to your question, just a word of agreement:
FORALL is a fine construct, natural to write
in pseudocode (I don't use fortran)
in python, generators
in C++: for( j k x y in parallel) is very fast on superscalar cpus
(I use e.g. #define Forjkxy(...) a[j][k] = f(x,y),
don't tell the C++ police)
in testing: for a, b, c in product( [a...], [b...], [c...] )
Would you have any more examples ? They'd help spread FORALL.
Apropos examples, one (1) laplace is a bit meager;
has anyone (flameproof) done others, weave vs cython vs C or fortran ?
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