Browse College of Engineering by Subject "Python"
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(2019-04-26)Preliminary techno-economic analysis (TEA) of a chemical process provides critical information on the economic feasibility, technological bottlenecks, and venture risks due to process uncertainties. Current TEA methods ...
(Virtual Executation Environments for Scientific Computing (VEESC 2010), 2010-09-03)Examples of applications that use dynamic languages at LLNL; Challenges for dynamic languages in HPC; Performance of Python at scale in HPC environments; Future directions for Python in HPC
(2020-05-11)Datalog and Answer Set Programming (ASP) are powerful languages for rule-based database querying and constraint solving, respectively. Similarly, Python is a popular and powerful procedural programming language with ...
(ANS/LAS International Conference on Mathematics and Computational Methods Applied to Nuclear Science and Engineering (M&C 2011), 2011-05)Parallel scientific applications are often written in low-level languages for optimal performance. However, such applications often sacrifice straightforward debugging and usability in the interest of performance. Mercury ...
(2010-08-20)Abstract Graphics processing units (GPUs) have tremendous computing power, but are hard to program. Most GPU programming languages are extremely low level; no one has run a general-purpose high-level language on a GPU. ...
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Structured machine learning: A language-agnostic framework for streamlining the development of machine learning pipelines (2017-05)Standard machine learning (SML) is a proof of concept meta-language to explore the idea of abstracting the implementation details of machine learning frameworks into a simple, concise language. Having such a language ...