- class sumpy.tools.BlockIndexRanges(cl_context, indices, ranges)¶
Convenience class for working with blocks of a global array.
A list of not necessarily continuous or increasing integers representing the indices of a global array. The individual blocks are delimited using
A list of nondecreasing integers used to index into
indices. A block \(i\) can be retrieved using indices[ranges[i]:ranges[i + 1]].
- class sumpy.tools.MatrixBlockIndexRanges(cl_context, row, col)¶
Keep track of different ways to index into matrix blocks.
- block_take(x, i)¶
Retrieve a block from a linear representation of the matrix blocks. A linear representation of the matrix blocks can be obtained, or should be consistent with
i = index.linear_row_indices() j = index.linear_col_indices() linear_blks = global_mat[i, j] for k in range(index.nblocks): assert np.allclose(index.block_take(linear_blks, k), index.take(global_mat, k))
x – a 1D
i – block index.
requested block, reshaped into a 2D array.
Transfer data to the host. Only the initial given data is transfered, not the arrays returned by
- class sumpy.tools.ExprDerivativeTaker(expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None)¶
Facilitates the efficient computation of (potentially) high-order derivatives of a given
sympyexpression expr while attempting to maximize the number of common subexpressions generated.
This class defines the interface and realizes a baseline implementation. More specialized implementations may offer better efficiency for special cases.
- class sumpy.tools.LaplaceDerivativeTaker(expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None)¶
Specialized derivative taker for Laplace potential.
- class sumpy.tools.RadialDerivativeTaker(expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None)¶
Specialized derivative taker for radial expressions.
- class sumpy.tools.HelmholtzDerivativeTaker(expr, var_list, rscale=1, sac=None)¶
Specialized derivative taker for Helmholtz potential.
- class sumpy.tools.DifferentiatedExprDerivativeTaker(taker, derivative_transformation)¶
ExprDerivativeTakerinterface for an expression that is itself a linear combination of derivatives of a base expression. To take the actual derivatives, it makes use of an underlying derivative taker taker.
- Return type
- A :class:`ExprDerivativeTaker` for the base expression.
- A dictionary mapping a derivative multi-index to a coefficient.
- The expression represented by this derivative taker is the linear
- combination of the derivatives of the expression for the
- base expression.
This command should install
pip install sumpy
You may need to run this with sudo. If you don’t already have pip, run this beforehand:
curl -O https://raw.github.com/pypa/pip/master/contrib/get-pip.py python get-pip.py
For a more manual installation, download the source, unpack it, and say:
python setup.py install
In addition, you need to have
sumpy prefers using SymEngine but falls back to sympy if it
detects that SymEngine is not installed. To force the use of a particular
backend, set the environment variable SUMPY_FORCE_SYMBOLIC_BACKEND to
symengine or sympy.
This version is currently under development. You can get snapshots from sumpy’s git repository
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Frequently Asked Questions¶
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Work on meshmode was supported in part by
the US National Science Foundation under grant numbers DMS-1418961, DMS-1654756, SHF-1911019, and OAC-1931577.
AK also gratefully acknowledges a hardware gift from Nvidia Corporation.
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