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Getting Started with Numba for Python

  Love Python but hate the slow, interpreted code? In this video Slashdot Media Contributing Editor David Bolton shows you how to get going with the Numba compiler

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Using Numba to Accelerate Python Execution

Python is an excellent language but not being compiled makes it slower than compiled languages. There are various ways to speed it up, using cython, PyPy (a compiler) and Numba. It speeds up your Python applications by just-in-time compiling Python code using the LLVM compiler to produce optimized machine code …

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Code Modernization – The Importance of Cache Awareness

Thirty years ago in a simpler 8 bit world, I spent a few years developing games in 6502 and Z80 assembler. Life was simpler then with processors running at 1 MHz frequency and instructions being 2-3 words long. These Instructions took typically 2-3 clock cycles to execute but could be …

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Visual Computing 2017: A Look At OpenCV

Simplifies image manipulation for a broad range of languages and platforms Ten years on from its first 1.0 release, OpenCV (Short for Open Computer Vision) is a C++ library that lets you create software with real-time computer vision. Originally developed in Russia for Intel, it’s fully open source and includes …

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Rapid Shift Toward Public/Hybrid Cloud

New Intel Hybrid Cloud Datacenter Security Aims at “Shadow IT” Users

The increasing complexity of datacenter infrastructures and the challenge of protecting them is shifting InfoSec professionals away from best-of-breed tools in favor of more automation and integration, according to new research from Intel. An Intel survey published Feb. 12 found that 93 percent of companies use cloud services of some …

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What’s New in Intel Python Update 2?

The 2nd update to Intel Python (1.2) came out in February 2017. As well as updates to many packages there are 17 new Python packages included. These have been selected by Intel and where possible optimized to work with the Intel Math Kernel Library (Intel MKL), Intel Thread Building Blocks …

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Supercomputing Expected To Help Increase Life Expectancy By A Decade

Supercomputers will give rise to advances in personalized medicine, which will improve healthcare and potentially increase people’s life expectancy by five to ten years, says the head of an Ireland’s national high-performance computing center. Jean-Christophe Desplat, director of the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC), made the prediction in a …

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Stanene is softer and consequently much more rippled than its cousins graphene and silicene. Image: Mathew Cherukara, Badri Narayanan and Subramanian Sankaranarayanan, Argonne National Laboratory.

Supercomputer Models Speed New Materials Discovery

Machine Learning helps confirm properties of new “nanomaterials” 10x+ faster Researchers using supercomputers are taking advantage of machine-learning algorithms to accurately predict the physical, chemical and mechanical properties of nanomaterials, which could accelerate the discovery and development of new materials. The supercomputer simulations reduce the time it takes to produce …

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San Diego Supercomputer Center, Intel Collaborate on Earthquake Research

New software, 10+ teraflops to better predict earthquake paths in southern California Researchers from the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and Intel have developed new software that has resulted in the fastest seismic simulations ever, which will better predict ground motions during earthquakes. The collaboration, which helps researchers better predict …

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Using Numba to Accelerate Python Execution

Python is an excellent language but not being compiled makes it slower than compiled languages. There are various ways to speed it up, using cython, PyPy (a compiler) and Numba. It speeds up your Python applications by just-in-time compiling Python code using the LLVM compiler to produce optimized machine code …

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