[Numpy-discussion] parallel numpy (by Brian Granger) - any info?
Mon Jan 7 15:10:10 CST 2008
This work is being funded by a new NASA grant that I have at Tech-X
Corporation where I work. The grant officially begins as of Jan 18th,
so not much has been done as of this point. We have however been
having some design discussions with various people.
Here is a broad overview of the proposed work:
1) Distributed arrays (dense) based on numpy+pyrex+mpi
2) Parallel algorithms that work with those arrays (ffts, linear
algebra, ufuncs, stats, etc)
The code will be BSD and will end up mostly in the ipython1 project,
but parts of it might end up also in numpy and mpi4py as well.
I am more than willing to share more details about the work if you are
interested. But, I will surely post to the numpy list as things move
On Jan 7, 2008 1:13 PM, dmitrey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Some days ago there was mentioned a parallel numpy that is developed by
> Brian Granger.
> Does the project have any blog or website? Has it any description about
> API and abilities? When 1st release is intended?
> Regards, D
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