Prototype or production?

xbury.cs at xbury.cs at
Mon Sep 27 09:10:46 EDT 2004

No, but I have been considering two things:
- making clustered distributed apps with RR
- interfacing to Mathematica... (I do some research on large primes...) 

Octave ( sounds cool! 
I might write a comm agent for it later! ;)


> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at] On Behalf Of VHD
> Sent: Monday, September 27, 2004 3:03 PM
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> Subject: RE: Prototype or production?
> >> >If you
> >> >need some speed enhancements you can always write or use 
> an external 
> >> >command or a shell application to do the heavy processing.
> >> 
> >> Being able to do this is what makes RR even more interesting. 
> >> I like the idea of delagating heavy processing stuff to another 
> >> language. (But then again I have read that transcript is actually 
> >> quite fast.)
> >
> >It's not fast enough for Neural Nets for example but it's 
> fast enough 
> >to manage a lot! And you have to be careful how you call 
> your shells or 
> >RR will sit waiting until it receives the answer from the shell.
> Now that you mention Neural Nets, have you tried linking RR 
> with octave, scilab or matlab?
> Ben
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