Parallel and High Performance Programming with Python (AVA)
Wednesday, 24 May 2023

This book teaches the techniques and applications of parallel computing. Fabio Nelli starts with an introduction to parallel programming and the different types of parallelism, including parallel programming with threads and processes. The book then moves on to asynchronous programming, distributed Python, and GPU programming with Python, providing you with the tools you need to optimize your programs for distributed and high-performance computing. The book also covers a wide range of applications for parallel computing, including data science, artificial intelligence, and other complex scientific simulations.

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Author: Fabio Nelli
Publisher: AVA
Date: April 2023
Pages: 392
ISBN: 978-9388590730
Print: 9388590732
Kindle: B0C2H9MJVT
Audience: Python developers interested in parallel programming
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Theory & Techniques

 

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