Questions about the generation and use of compiled functions using Compile.

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Is there any strategy to have a compiled version of FindFit or NonlinearModelFit?

Disclaimer: This is not a precise question with a definite answer. I know that neither FindFit nor NonlinearModelFit is in the ...
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Compile a MeijerG function [duplicate]

I am not very experienced with Compile, I tried to use it for a Meijer-G function ...
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Complex input for Compile makes it slow

I asked a question here and then tried to use Compile for the solution to gain even more speed. Inside Compile there is a loop ...
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A problem about CompilationTarget -> “C” [duplicate]

In my Windows 7 system, I installed two Mathematica versions (V8 and V9) In V8 Compile[ {{x}}, x^2 + Sin[x^2], CompilationTarget -> "C"] ...
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Compiling If statement

I have this code: ...
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Is it possible to change the MinPrecision in command “Compile”?

I'm using "Compile" to do some numerical calculation and I need high Precision. I was wondering if it is possible to change the Precision in command "Compile" to some $MinPrecision?
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Compile a Module wich has a loop with undetermined bound

Suppose I have such a module as below: test[int_] := Module[{m}, m = Table[i, {i, 1, 10}]; Do[m[[i]] = i*i, {i, 1, int}]; Return[m] ] The bound for ...
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Why is C-compiled (but not WVM-compiled) code so slow in Manipulate?

Here is a small section of code from this SE question which computes the real part of the dilogarithm (the upper limit of the sum is increased for demonstration purposes): ...
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How can I trans-compile Mathematica into another language?

I'm looking for an exhaustive list of source-to-source compilers to all other languages, if any exist that is.
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Escaping out of (or exiting) a Compiled Function

How do I manually escape out of a compiled function without forcing an error and compromising its speed? Here is an example: ...
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Finding the index of (x,y) pairs in a list

I have a large list of $(x,y)$ pairs, and I want to find the index of a particular pair in order to extract some data from another array. By way of an example, ...
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Compilation of a function that needs to call Subsets

I'm working on a code that runs many (easy) operations on combinations (subsets) of different size (6, 7, 8, 9) taken from a big set of numbers (normally more that 40). So, this means the code has to ...
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i cannot create a standalone executable from an exported Mathematica function

I generated the C code: compute.c ...
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Apply functions to functions yields slow execution speed

I'm trying to write a function that parametrizes a curve c(t) by its arc length. Technicly I'm finished but if I plot the result for an example curve like ...
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Use Compile to speed up evaluation

I have read, that using Compile command can speed up evaluations in mathematica. I have a mathematical expression, which I evaluate using following command: ...
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Generating compiled functions from inactive expressions

I am working on a project in which I need to dynamically generate CompiledFunctions from Inactive expressions. For example, I ...
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Compile with modification of arguments' values

Is it possible to compile while changing the value of the arguments the function receives, instead of just creating new variables, and then returning those new variables,i.e., is it possible to pass ...
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How to use a C compiler without having SystemModeler

In this question the answer given implies that I must compile a certain function. When I try to compile I get the error A C compiler cannot be found on your system. Please consult the ...
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Problem using Compiled Function within NProbability

I've built a very simple function to estimate the probability for a Long Straddle (derivative strategy) to be positive at expiration. ...
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How to Use Mathematica as a C/C++ compiler [closed]

I am learning C/C++ programming, but I don't wannna install new software for compiling C/C++, so, is there any possibility to compile C/C++ code using Mathematica? Here is the first program I want to ...
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Fine tuning compiled code that computes dilogarithm function

As an exercise of writing a good Compile function, I want to do the simple task of coding a routine that outputs the real part of the dilogarithm function ...
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Catching error in middle of evaluation of compiled function

I have programmed and Compileed a complicated numerical function. The function has singularities (i.e. are infinite) at certain input numerical values. I need to ...
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Has this implementation of FDM touched the speed limit of Mathematica?

Still, I'll use the implementation of the 1D FDTD method (you can simply understand it as a kind of explicit finite difference scheme for the Maxwell's equation) as the example. Just for completeness, ...
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How to use a compiled function in numerical optimization

I'm trying to wrap my head around function Compile. So, this is a spin-off question from: a previous question on using compile[] correctly. I have a function that ...
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How do I format Compile[] correctly?

My Mathematica skill is still rusty, so kindly bear with me. I'm having problem formatting expression to compile the function correctly: $\sum _{g=1}^G \sum ...
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How to do replacements in Compile'd code? [duplicate]

I want to do something in the spirit of this code: ...
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Evaluating arguments of module (inside compile)

Note: this is a clarification of 2 earlier unanswered questions, Compile issues, scoping and order of evaluation and Optimising a simple computation with vectors . The problem I have a list of ...
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Compile nested Sums

I want to compile an expressions that contains nested Sum-expressions. A simple example that gives me problems is: ...
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Unable to compile to C

I used to be able to compile to C without problems, but from one day to the next, when I try to compile something, e.g. ...
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Determine return type of CompiledFunction expression

Is there a way to extract the types of the arguments and the return type from a CompiledFunction expression? I am writing a package for code generation (basically a wrapper around CCodeGenerate) where ...
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Compile issues, scoping and order of evaluation

I have a few questions about compiling functions, which I think are all related to scoping and order of evaluation. I will illustrate them by a minimal example of the problem I have. I'm sorry for ...
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Compiled DiagonalMatrix

The standard function DiagonalMatrix cannot be compiled, so I tried writing my own: ...
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CompiledFunction with multiple outputs of different ranks

Below is a simple compiled function f that gives multiple outputs. ...
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Speed up Schwarz-Christoffel mapping

I would like to ask your advice how to speed up Contour and Parametric plots in the following example. Let as start by defining a function ...
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Using Compile Function Options efficiently

While this gives general pointers, I want inputs on ground rules for improved performance of nested/interdependent compiled functions. sample problem: a, ...
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Compiler stack overflow

I tried to compile a huge function. I used these options: ...
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Listable compiled functions used in NMinimize

This is an example from MMA: cListable = Compile[{x}, (x-1)^2, RuntimeAttributes -> {Listable}] In case of single entry: ...
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Exporting a compiled function for later use

I compiled a function then used it in NMinimize. The computation took 19 seconds. Then, I exported this compiled function and restarted MMA and imported this ...
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Problem with machine number precision in compiled functions

When I compile a very big function and give it input the function returns error. I realized that this is because the value of the function becomes smaller than the smallest machine number. Is it ...
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Mathematica cannot find the c compiler

I installed Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Then, I installed Mathematica 10 trial version. I did: ...
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Compile Determinant [closed]

I would like to determine the determinant of a 4x4 matrix with the entries a[i,j] being functions of $i$ and $j$. I used Compile with code: ...
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Is it possible to Compile the function with string argument?

As we can see from the Compile documentation, the typical arguments for Compile should be ...
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Using compiled function inside NMinimize

Consider this code: ...
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How to use Compile

Consider the code below: variable = Sin[x]; fun = Compile[{x}, variable ]; fun[1] When I do this I get the error: ...
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Evaluation inside Compile

here's a simple question: I have a function: ...
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Why is my compiled code slower?

I am trying to make a Mathematica program run faster. Here is part of the original version. It takes as input the integers X (of order 100), J (of order 10000), and n (of order 100), the real number p ...
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Performance of compiled functions (Project Euler No14)

I was playing around with the project euler problem 14. The solution I came up with is listed below as cf1. The solution works fine but I get the compiler warning: ...