ZMCintegral-v5.1: Support for Multi-function Integrations on GPUs

04/13/2021
by   Xiao-Yan Cao, et al.
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In this new version of ZMCintegral, we have added the functionality of multi-function integrations, i.e. the ability to integrate more than 10^3 different functions on GPUs. The Python API remains the similar as the previous versions. For integrands less than 5 dimensions, it usually takes less than 10 minutes to finish the evaluation of 10^3 integrations on one Tesla v100 card. The performance scales linearly with the increasing of the GPUs.

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