[SciPy-user] Parallel OO programming in Python.
fccoelho at gmail.com
Mon Oct 30 06:27:35 CST 2006
Thank you for this post and many thanks to Fernando Perez, for the awesome
tool that Ipython1 is becomming!!! I am beginning to use it today!!
On 10/29/06, Brian Granger <ellisonbg.net at gmail.com> wrote:
> > For object oriented parallel programming in Python on a single machine I
> can use techniques such as Bulk Synchronous Parallelism (BSP) or Message
> Passing Interface (MPI). There are mentioned some modules and packages for
> Python on
> > http://www.scipy.org/Topical_Software
> > Article: Parallel and distributed programming.
> > After reading prerequisites and limitations I thing that the following
> ones could be good for me:
> > PyMPI
> > Pypar
> > MPI for Python
> I think mpi4py is the best option. It is a very nice implementation
> and the developer is working really hard to make it a great package.
> Also, I don't think pympi and pypar are being developed actively
> Another thing you might check out is IPython's parallel computing
> facilities that let you use mpi4py (and other mpi bindings)
> I have never used BPS, but am familiar with the model. Can probably
> get it working interactively with IPython as well.
> > But I can't distinguish which one brings fewer limitations, is efficient
> in application and will develop in future.
> > My favorite is BSP, but I can't find a package for present SciPy and
> > Could anybody give me a recommendation, which way I should go.
> > Thanks.
> > Fie Pye
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