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GPU Computing: The Revolution!!!

Solve a problem more quickly. Parallel processing would be faster, but the learning curve is steep – isn't it?
Not anymore. With CUDA, you can send C, C++ and Fortran code straight to GPU, no assembly language required.
Developers at companies such as Adobe, ANSYS, Autodesk, MathWorks and Wolfram Research are waking that sleeping giant – the GPU -- to do general-purpose scientific and engineering computing across a range of platforms.
Using high-level languages, GPU-accelerated applicatio…

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Find more complex relationships in your data
IBM® SPSS® Neural Networks software offers nonlinear data modeling procedures that enable you to discover more complex relationships in your data. The software lets you set the conditions under which the network learns. You can control the training stopping rules and network architecture, or let the procedure automatically choose the architecture for you.
With SPSS Neural Networks software, you can develop more accurate and effective predictive mo…

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Using Matlab to call Python std's

There is a simple strategy that should do: first, figure out how to call python from stand-alone C functions, and then use that code within a mex function. While tedious, at least this is straightforward. By using the not terribly complicated PyObject stuff we can create python objects in C, send them to python functions, and unpack whatever the python functions give us back. However, everything goes bad if we try to import numpy in our python code. We’ll get an error that looks like this:…

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