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Re: parallel and remote computing
Steve Gray wrote: > I have a calculation that takes so much time that my PC > would have no chance of finishing it in a reasonable time > (e.g one month running full tilt). > I have access to other PC's but they don't have Mathematica. > Is there any way to compile a Mathematica program on my main PC and > export the code so generated to the other PC's? They would > need no interaction, but just write their results to a disk file. > Also other suggestions for speedup would help. I have > already looked into algorithmic speedups and so far have > acheived, through about five different means, a speedup of about > 100x but am about out of ideas along that line. The product Mathcode C++ supposedly can generate stand alone C++ code from your Mathematica code, for a subset of Mathematica functions. (If you call a function it doesn't support, it needs to call back to the kernel.) If your routine fit within the bounds of what they can translate, you'd have a means to run your code faster, and to spread it around from machine to machine. Wolfram sells it on their site.