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[Help-gsl] seeking highly efficient caches scheme for demanding engineer
[Help-gsl] seeking highly efficient caches scheme for demanding engineering computing?
Fri, 27 Jul 2007 01:04:43 -0400
Asking for my friend...
seeking highly efficient caches scheme for demanding engineering computing?
To same the time of costly function evaluation, I want to explore the
possibility of caching.
Suppose in millions of calls to the function evaluation, there are some
computations, in which only a portion of the parameters change, others
remain the same as the parameters that are used in some other function
evaluations some time before. To save time, I can group the varying
parameters into sub-groups, and cache the results for later use. This needs
a highly efficient cache and a efficient organzation and look-up. Also, the
decision of whether a group of parameters has been seen before should be
based on data trunk in binary form, instead of decimal formats, so I can
compare memory data trunks directly using memory comparison.
Does anybody have good suggestions and pointers on this approach?
- [Help-gsl] seeking highly efficient caches scheme for demanding engineering computing?,