On Sun, 20 Nov 2011 20:45:53 +1100, <Xiaodong.Song(a)csiro.au> wrote:
I have a forest growth model written in Python. Now I
am doing a time
consuming simulation using this model (e.g. run many instances of this
model, and each instance will consume long time). And I am wondering
whether it's possible to call this model using CUDA, just like a
parallel computing mode.
In conclusion, my intention is not to alter this forest model and call
it directly from CUDA, is it possible?
1) Please respect my request of having such questions asked on the list
and not of me privately. The list is cc'd now.
2) Even a quick glance at the documentation would have revealed that,
no, this is not possible--unless your code fulfills some *very* specific
conditions. But do look at Copperhead by Catanzaro/Garland, which
compiles a much wider class of codes from Python to CUDA.