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Parallel parameter estimation in python and opencl.

Project description

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Maastricht Optimization Toolbox
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A library for parallel optimization and sampling in python and opencl.

* Free software: LGPL v3 license
* Full documentation: https://mot.readthedocs.org
* Project home: https://github.com/robbert-harms/MOT
* Uses the `GitLab workflow <https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/workflow/gitlab_flow.html>`_
* Tags: optimization, parallel, opencl, python


Installation
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The installation is a three step procedure:

1. Installing a Python interpreter
2. Installing the PyOpenCL drivers and Python bindings
3. Install MOT


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Installing Python
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Since it is a Python package we need to install the Python interpreter. Considering that Python2 is soon end of life, this package focuses on installing it using Python3.

Linux (Ubuntu)
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``apt-get install python3 python3-pip``


Windows
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The easiest way is with Anaconda. Install the Python3.x bindings from `Anaconda <https://www.continuum.io/downloads>`_.

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Installing OpenCL bindings
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
For OpenCL you need two things, an OpenCL driver for your platform and the Python OpenCL bindings.

Linux (Ubuntu)
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On Ubuntu, the easiest way to install all of this:

``apt-get install python3-pyopencl``


Windows
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On Windows, make sure you install the correct OpenCL driver (Intel/AMD/NVidia). For graphics cards the drivers are normally already installed. After that, Anaconda should automatically install the Python bindings.


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Installing MOT
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
With OpenCL and Python installed you can now install MOT.

Linux (Ubuntu)
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``pip3 install MOT``


Windows
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Open an Anaconda shell and use:

``pip install MOT``

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