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Re: Multi Thread in Mathematica (not multi core)


There is the code that I was looking for.

CloseKernels[]; LaunchKernels[16];
ParallelMap[Import,urlList]

My mistake was to think that the number of kernels was limited by the number of cores.
Credits to @belisarius from stackexchange


On Monday, October 1, 2012 3:24:20 AM UTC-3, Murta wrote:
> Hi All
> 
> I'm working in some web scraping using Mathematica, and today, to get velocity, I have to call bash commands inside Mathematica (xargs with parallel options with curl and wget).
> 
> I would like to do All inside Mathematica, but I miss multi thread capability. I could use more cores, but it's not the answer because the leg is due to time lag, not lack of processor capacity.
> 
> Some clue? Something new to Mathematica 9?
> 
> I thought that would be natural to be multi thread if it's multi core.
> 
> tks in advance
> 
> Murta



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