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Re: Fastest Mathematica implementation?

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  • Subject: [mg1279] Re: Fastest Mathematica implementation?
  • From: yoda at ele.crl.melco.co.jp (Kiyoshi Yoda)
  • Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 04:15:44 -0400

> What is the fastest back end processor for
> Mathematica? 

DEC Alpha is also quite fast. Considering price/performance ratio,
DEC Alpha Windows NT version would be what people need.

At the moment, WRI has no plan about that version.
People who are interesed in faster but cheap configuration
should send Emails to WRI.

BTW, I am waiting for that version and often send Emails about it.

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Kiyoshi Yoda       yoda at ele.crl.melco.co.jp
Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Central Res. Lab.
8-1-1 Tsukaguchi Hommachi, Amagasaki 661 Japan



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