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18 Jul 2013 MTIMESX - Fast Matrix Multiply with Multi-Dimensional Support Beats MATLAB 300% - 400% in some cases ... really! Author: James Tursa

I don't know why, I did the test again in the linux cluster and the windows one, it works in the parallel computation now. So strange!

18 Jul 2013 MTIMESX - Fast Matrix Multiply with Multi-Dimensional Support Beats MATLAB 300% - 400% in some cases ... really! Author: James Tursa

James, by the way, what version of matlab last time you test this package? I place it in my labtop (windows 64) and linux cluster running matlab 2013, only few operations that mtimesx will beat matlab and it only beat is for less than 10%. I saw that this package was uploaded in 2011 so just wonder if matlab 2013 made lots of change to boost the performance.

17 Jul 2013 MTIMESX - Fast Matrix Multiply with Multi-Dimensional Support Beats MATLAB 300% - 400% in some cases ... really! Author: James Tursa

I just get it compiled and installed in my 64-bit matlab with windows SDK7 as well as the unix cluster. I find that it doesn't work in spmd, doesn't it?

15 Jul 2013 MTIMESX - Fast Matrix Multiply with Multi-Dimensional Support Beats MATLAB 300% - 400% in some cases ... really! Author: James Tursa

Thanks for the great library. I have two questions. Do I have to compile it to get library? So it means the library is really depending on the machine, right? Also, our lab has a multi-node cluster, each node are equipped with 8 cores. I think this library is based on multi-threading, if I run the matlab code in spmd and in each core, I run your library so will it conflict? Sorry, I didn't have any experience in compiling mex before, I tried but I don't have MSVC installed, I only have mingw.

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