From: "Jan Simon" <>
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Subject: Re: How to make the function 'norm' treat its input as vectors?
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2010 16:38:04 +0000 (UTC)
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Dear James,

you can read my mind. In fact, my peronal impression is that OMP-parallization is not very "sophisticated". Nevertheless, I admit that trying to develop a fast C-Mex function on a historical single-core Pentium-M is not just less sophisticated, but even a little bit goofy.

Fortunately my taste is not important:
TIC TOC can decide scientifically if omp is pomp.
If it is fast, I'll like it.

Thanks, Jan