[Beowulf] Computing Inverses of Matlab Matrices
jlb17 at duke.edu
Mon Nov 22 16:20:44 EST 2004
On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 at 11:21am, Phil Smith wrote
> I currently have a 32 node Beowulf cluster and wish to use it to
> compute the inverses of large matrices. My need to do matrix inversion
> is part of a much larger program which is all currently written in
Ooh, that's going to get you in trouble (says a fellow Matlab admin).
> Does anyone know of an easy way to have Matlab use the Beowulf cluster
> to compute the inverse? I only have one matlab licence buying 31 more
> is not an option.
The short answer is "Not going to happen". There are some packages out
there that let you do parallel "stuff" with Matlab. But, AFAIK, they all
require a Matlab license for each "user" running Matlab (and TMW considers
a "user" to be user at host).
The standard answer at this point is that it's time to go to "real code"
And, really, it's a good answer. When I looked at parallelizing Matlab
code, the effort involved was actually comparable to re-implementing it in
parallel in a "real" compiled language.
Department of Biomedical Engineering
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