Multiprocessing performance question
ben+python at benfinney.id.au
Mon Feb 18 22:37:23 EST 2019
I don't have anything to add regarding your experiments with
Israel Brewster <ijbrewster at alaska.edu> writes:
> Which creates and populates an 800x1000 “grid” (represented as a flat
> list at this point) of “boxes”, where a box is a
> shapely.geometry.box(). This takes about 10 seconds to run.
This seems like the kind of task NumPy <URL:http://www.numpy.org/> is
designed to address: Generating and manipulating large-to-huge arrays of
numbers, especially numbers that are representable directly in the
machine's basic number types (such as moderate-scale integers).
Have you tried using that library and timing the result?
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