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As demonstrated by the asker, Mathematica is failing to distribute the definitions of C-compiled library functions in a way that can be called by other C-compiled functions. I agree this is a bug. I have submitted a bug report to Wolfram Research and hope to update the post to include the result of that. 1. One workaround is to compile to C only in the ...


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Try using htop in the terminal to confirm that given Mathematica task is using multiple cores. I use htop all the time to monitor CPU and memory usage.


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If you have access to the graphical interface, try looking up the help page for CompilationTarget and open "Neat Examples". Run the commands there and you'll get a nice interactive Mandelbrot set explorer in which you can zoom using a slider and move using mouse drag. You can make this arbitrarily hard by changing the constant 99 to, say, 5000 in the first ...



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