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Join Date: 19 Feb 15
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Posted: Mon, 2018-07-09 11:51


In the QSML 0.15.0 release notes, it was stated that the symphony cpu library would be included to help people transition, but what is the difference between and From my understanding, libQSML already uses parallel execution (unless using libQSML-sequential), so is libQSML-symphony just using Symphony instead of OpenMP? Are there any functional (other than including the symphony libs) or performance differences between the two? The only mention I've found was in the 0.15.0 release notes.

Thanks in advance!

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Join Date: 21 Sep 17
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Posted: Mon, 2018-10-29 18:39


Apology for late reply. 

The library using Symphony is deprecated. The binaries were still being included for legacy reasons (without any performance comparisons). But ideally, yes, both libraries are functionally equivalent: one using OpenMP and the other using Symphony for parallelism.

A new version of the library (now named QML, version 1.0.0) is released. It provides several bug fixes and performance improvements. Only the libraries with OpenMP are included and will be supported.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.


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