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comment Fast evaluation of a function in many points
Very thorough, thanks.
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accepted Fast evaluation of a function in many points
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comment Fast evaluation of a function in many points
I get the gist of it. However I'm thinking how this could be extended to the vector case (or in other words when the function depends on multiple variables).
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comment Fast evaluation of a function in many points
Taking the example in the question, I need to generate the values of $e^{ikx}$ for a fixed $k$ and for $x = 0, .., 100$. I clarified in the question that the function is evaluated on some grid.
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comment Debug OpenCL installation issues and beignet
@OleksandrR. I can't find the logic in the .m files, or am I looking i nthe wrong place? I fear that the logic is in the binaries