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Date: 2009-02-20 (16:58)
From: Yoann Padioleau <padator@w...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] true parallelism / threads
Atmam Ta <> writes:

> Hi,
> I am trying to evaluate ocaml for a project involving large scale numerical
> calculations. We would need parallel processing, i.e. a library that
> distributes jobs accross multiple processors within a machine and accross
> multiple PCs.
> Speed and easy programability are important. I have tried to search this issue
> first, but the postings I found were usually negative and 4-5 years old. On the
> other hand, I see a number of libraries in the Hump that by now might be taking
> care of these things.
> My question is: is ocaml good for parallel processing / hreaded computation,
> are there (mature) libraries or tools that let developers make use of multicore
> and multimachine environments?

MPI ...


Then it's quite easy to define your own helpers on top of that.
Here is for example my poor's man google map-reduce in ocaml:

> cheers,
> Atmam
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