[Haskell-beginners] Parallel processing...
mike_k_houghton at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Mar 27 17:05:52 UTC 2017
Thanks David, I’ll look in to the links.
> On 27 Mar 2017, at 13:21, David McBride <toad3k at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's hard to say what level you'll want your libraries to be.
> Theoretically all the functionality you need is in base.
> Control.Parallel and Control.Concurrent have functions for that,
> although you'll have to learn how to use them from various tutorials
> If the function you are mapping is pure, you might try the parallel
> package. If it is monadic you might try the monad-par package. There
> are parMap and parFor functions in monad-par-extras package which do
> exactly what you are looking for.
> If you search for parallel on hackage you'll find a plethora of well
> maintained packages in this domain as it is one of those things
> haskell is best at.
> On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 7:04 AM, mike h <mike_k_houghton at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
>> I have a list of lists - a grid [[ ]] of complex numbers and I map a
>> function over each number in the grid. Each computation on a value at (r, c)
>> is independent of any and all other calculations. This strikes me as being
>> something that can be done in parallel by creating , say 4 quadrants and
>> mapping over each and combining when done, or doing each row in parallel
>> etc. etc.
>> So I'm really just asking for advice or pointers on the Haskell libraries
>> etc that I should start with but I'm not really looking to import an
>> uber-package that will do most of it for me. I want to learn a little more
>> Haskell by working from a few concurrency primitives.
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