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comment Parallel computing NInverseFourierTransForm
Hi Szabolcs, I will check tomorrow if I can maybe run Mathematica on more than one machine.. Either case, initially I thought this problem would be ideally to parallize as you don't need any information from 'previous calculations' in this loop. Thanks a lot!
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comment Parallel computing NInverseFourierTransForm
Ok, thanks a lot for this helpful information! This also explains to me why parallelization for some expressions does speed up the calculations, and why it never wanted to work for NInverseFourierTransform. I am running the code on some cluster that has (I am not sure) 4 CPU's.
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