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SUMMARY:Efficient use of Matlab on the cluster
DTSTART;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211124T084500Z
DTEND;VALUE=DATE-TIME:20211124T103000Z
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DESCRIPTION:\n \n \n \n Matlab\, and its free\, mostly-compatible\, a
lternative Octave are becoming more and more suitable for cluster computin
g with the rise of parallel computing toolboxes and/or syntactical constru
cts. The session explores the many was Matlab code can be parallelised and
submitted to a cluster (taking into account the tough problem of licensin
g). \n \n \n \n \n Contents:\n\n \n Using Matlab in batch mo
de\n The matlab compiler\n The Octave alternative\n Implicit mult
ithreading\n Explicit multithreading/processing\n Matlab and the MPI
\n \n \n \n Prerequisite:\n\n \n Being able to use SSH with p
rivate keys \n Being familiar with a text editor \n Mastering the
Linux command line and the GNU utilities (mkdir\, cp\, scp\, etc.)\n Wo
rking knowledge of Matlab/Octave\n \n\n Type: Hands-on\n Target aud
ience: Confirmed Matlab user\n Must: This session is a must-have for an
yone who wonders why Matlab is not installed on the CÉCI clusters.\n \n
\n \n\n\nhttps://indico.cism.ucl.ac.be/event/113/
LOCATION:comodal (louvain-la-neuve or remote) bibliotheque des sciences: s
alle pasteur
URL:https://indico.cism.ucl.ac.be/event/113/
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