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Re: Re: Question on Compile[]
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*Subject*: [mg49799] Re: [mg49786] Re: [mg49747] Question on Compile[]
*From*: DrBob <drbob at bigfoot.com>
*Date*: Sun, 1 Aug 2004 04:10:02 -0400 (EDT)
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*Reply-to*: drbob at bigfoot.com
*Sender*: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com
Ah! I did see another post from Andrzej, but somehow I got confused.
I'm really shocked that a nineteen-degree polynomial raised to thousands of different powers can be competitive with the much simpler Fold, multiplying with z=1/(1+r). But, I suppose, that's the power of Compile! So I compiled my Fold application:
mukasa[cashFlow_, rate_] := Module[{nvec = Range[Length[
cashFlow]]}, Total[cashFlow/(1. + rate)^nvec]]
andrzej = Compile[{{cashFlow, _Real, 1}, {rate, _Real}}, Module[{nvec =
Range[Length[cashFlow]]}, Total[
cashFlow*(-rate^19 +
rate^18 - rate^17 + rate^16 - rate^15 + rate^14 - rate^13 +
rate^12 - rate^11 + rate^10 -
rate^9 + rate^8 -
rate^7 + rate^6 - rate^5 + rate^4 - rate^3 + rate^2 - rate + 1)^
nvec]]];
treat[cc_List, r_] :=
Block[{z = 1/(1 + r)}, z*Fold[#1*z + #2 &, 0, Reverse[cc]]]
bobby = Compile[{{cc, _Real, 1}, {r, _Real}}, Block[{z = 1/(1 +
r)}, z*Fold[#1*z + #2 &, 0, Reverse[cc]]]];
cashFlow[n_] := RandomArray[CauchyDistribution[0, 1], {n}];
cc=cashFlow[10^6];
r=0.1;
Timing[mukasa[cc,r]]
Timing[andrzej[cc,r]]
Timing[treat[cc,r]]
Timing[bobby[cc,r]]
{19.469 Second,31.3715}
{0.375 Second,31.3715}
{0.313 Second,31.3715}
{0.234 Second,31.3715}
These are ridiculous problem sizes considering the application, of course; at reasonable sizes the last three methods are virtually indistinguishable.
So I'd use Fold because it's simpler, I think, and probably wouldn't bother with Compile.
Bobby
On Sat, 31 Jul 2004 22:41:29 +0200, Andrzej Kozlowski <akoz at mimuw.edu.pl> wrote:
>
> On 31 Jul 2004, at 21:34, DrBob wrote:
>
>> mukasa[cashFlow_,rate_]:=Module[{nvec=Range[Length[cashFlow]]},
>> Total[cashFlow/(1.0+rate)^nvec]]
>> andrzej=Compile[{{cashFlow,_Real,1},{rate,_Real}},Module[{
>>
>> nvec=Range[Length[cashFlow]]},Total[cashFlow/(1.0+rate)^nvec]]];
>> treat[cc_List,r_]:=Block[{z=1/(1+r)},
>> z Fold[#1 z+#2&,0,Reverse@cc]
>> ]
>> cashFlow[n_]:=Table[Random[],{n}];
>>
>> cc=cashFlow[100000];
>> r=0.1;
>> Timing@mukasa[cc,r]
>> Timing@andrzej[cc,r]
>> Timing@treat[cc,r]
>
>
> The function you called "andrzej" was not my function but Mark's. My
> function is below (on 1 gigabyte PowerBook)
>
>
> mukasa[cashFlow_, rate_] :=
> Module[{nvec = Range[Length[cashFlow]]},
> Total[cashFlow/(1. + rate)^nvec]]
> andrzej = Compile[{{cashFlow, _Real, 1}, {rate, _Real}},
> Module[{nvec = Range[Length[cashFlow]]},
> Total[cashFlow*(-rate^19 + rate^18 - rate^17 +
> rate^16 - rate^15 + rate^14 - rate^13 +
> rate^12 - rate^11 + rate^10 - rate^9 + rate^8 -
> rate^7 + rate^6 - rate^5 + rate^4 - rate^3 +
> rate^2 - rate + 1)^nvec]]];
> treat[cc_List, r_] := Block[{z = 1/(1 + r)},
> z*Fold[#1*z + #2 & , 0, Reverse[cc]]]
> cashFlow[n_] := Table[Random[], {n}];
> cc = cashFlow[100000];
> r = 0.1;
> Timing[mukasa[cc, r]]
> Timing[andrzej[cc, r]]
> Timing[treat[cc, r]]
>
> Out[20]=
> {3.75*Second, 4.685760300}
>
> Out[21]=
> {0.060000000000002274*Second, 4.685760300}
>
> Out[22]=
> {0.07000000000000028*Second, 4.685760300}
>
>
>
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