parallel programming

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  1. Is there any Ruby extension for parallel programming? I want to write =20=

    some examples for parallel programming course and I don't want to =20
    reinvent the wheel :)

    G=E1bor

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    Gábor SEBESTYÉN, Oct 4, 2005
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  2. Gábor SEBESTYÉN

    Kirk Haines Guest

    On Tuesday 04 October 2005 7:27 am, G=E1bor SEBESTY=C9N wrote:
    > Is there any Ruby extension for parallel programming? I want to write
    > some examples for parallel programming course and I don't want to
    > reinvent the wheel :)


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    I think it's okay to mention that the 10th is the target release date for R=
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    distributed computing system, rubyqueue. I've read the article, and it is=
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    really a superb piece of writing. I'd recommend reading it when the zine=20
    comes out next week, for sure.


    Kirk Haines
     
    Kirk Haines, Oct 4, 2005
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    Ara.T.Howard Guest

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    On Tue, 4 Oct 2005, Kirk Haines wrote:

    > On Tuesday 04 October 2005 7:27 am, G=E1bor SEBESTY=C9N wrote:
    >> Is there any Ruby extension for parallel programming? I want to write so=

    me
    >> examples for parallel programming course and I don't want to reinvent th=

    e
    >> wheel :)

    >
    > Ara Howard has done a lot of parallel programming with Ruby using a syste=

    m
    > that he devised.
    >
    > I think it's okay to mention that the 10th is the target release date for
    > Ruby Code & Style, an ezine published by Artima, and that one of the
    > articles in the first issues was written by Ara Howard about the central
    > piece in his distributed computing system, rubyqueue. I've read the
    > article, and it is really a superb piece of writing. I'd recommend readi=

    ng
    > it when the zine comes out next week, for sure.


    we do loose parallelization here at ngdc using my rq package

    http://raa.ruby-lang.org/project/rq/

    it's a doesn't parrallelize any of your code itself - but it provides a sim=
    ple
    method of setting up a linux cluster in literally minutes. this make
    parallel tasks easier to tackle since the effort can be spent writing that
    code and not babysitting the cluster. what kind of parralel tasks are you
    planning on doing? how will you distribute them? you may also be interest=
    ed
    in

    http://mpiruby.sourceforge.net/

    and

    http://sciruby.codeforpeople.com/sr.cgi/InterestingProjects

    regards.

    -a
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    Ara.T.Howard, Oct 4, 2005
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