A version of Python for Epiphany

Re: A version of Python for Epiphany

Postby ioiomi » Fri Jan 08, 2016 12:47 pm

when i used sudo su its ok
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Re: A version of Python for Epiphany

Postby PhilSmithNZ » Mon Apr 18, 2016 12:59 am

I have some python code I have written to run on a small clusters of raspberry pi's. I recently came across this parallella device.
Currently I am using mpi4py to run my code on the cluster. I am thinking of porting my project to ePython on parallels. Essentially my program is a genetic algorithm. It generates a sub-population (array of integers) on each core then uses comm.allgather to join these arrays up into one array (whole population) with a copy on each core. A new sub-population is then generated on each core by randomly sampling form the previous whole population array. A couple of questions
1) what are the largest integers possible on the parallella cores
2) Is it practical to try and achieve this on the parallella board using python or epython.
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