Spike Jones wrote:
> > Eugene Leitl wrote: I've just come back from a 3 day tutorial on
> > MPI, and I'm pretty much impressed with the thing. Any parallel processing
> > wonk should take a very good look at it, as it's 1) clever 2) is here to
> > stay for a long time.
> Do you have a URL?
I think Robert (and others) posted URIs already. I've known about MPI pretty
long (since it's inception), but I never had the opportunity to tackle it
in close personal combat ;)
Anyways, it is very easy to use, and comes with a lot of functionality
anticipating mostly used needs. So if you want to test drive a rocket
motor in the virtual drydock, or see how well your design fares during
reentry, it's something you might want to use.
If you want to set up a small computing cluster at work, I can give you
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