Scientific Computing in Rust

While getting my degree in Physics, I had to take classes in both MatLab and Python
for scientific computing. I preferred python, where we used the SciPy and NumPy
packages. In fact, I used those packages again (along with matplotlib) in an
undergraduate … Read more


Target Feature vs. Target CPU for Rust

In the previous article on auto-vectorization we looked at the different SIMD instruction set families on X86-64. We saw how he target-feature compiler flag and #[target_feature()] attribute gave us more control over the instructions used in the generated... (more…)

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