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Topic review - Is fglm parallelizable? I am in characteristic 0.
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  Post subject:  Re: Is fglm parallelizable? I am in characteristic 0.  Reply with quote
The main question to be answered is the following:

Did you succeed in computing a solution in charactersitic p>0 ?

If you achieved this, then you can parallelise these computations and lift
to characteristic 0 by using 5.1.8 chinrem and 5.1.35 farey as modstd.lib does.
Post Posted: Fri May 26, 2017 6:44 pm
  Post subject:  Is fglm parallelizable? I am in characteristic 0.  Reply with quote
Is fglm parallelizable? I am in characteristic 0. The system has some 10 equations, 10 variables, 900 KB size. What would be the best strategy, just parallel groebner, or fglm? Is there telling about how long it will take?

Thank you very much.
Post Posted: Thu May 25, 2017 3:11 am


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