Posts Tagged ‘ compiler ’

Go faster R for Google’s summer of code 2012

March 28, 2012
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The R Foundation has been accepted for Google’s summer of code and I thought I would suggest a few ideas for projects. My interests are in optimization and source code analysis, so obviously the suggestions involve these topics. There are an infinite number of possible optimizations that can be applied to code (well, at least

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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Eleven Solutions – Now Thirteen!

November 7, 2011
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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Eleven Solutions – Now Thirteen!

Following up from my previous post “Code Optimisation: One R Problem, Ten Solutions – Now Eleven!” I figured out a twelfth solution after writing that blog post. Furthermore, half way through writing this blog post I figured out a thirteenth solution too. As a recap, the problem is taken from rwiki where the goal is to find

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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Ten Solutions – Now Eleven!

November 2, 2011
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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Ten Solutions – Now Eleven!

Earlier this year I came across a rather interesting page about optimisation in R from rwiki. The goal was to find the most efficient code to produce strings which follow the pattern below given a single integer input n: From this we can see that the general pattern for n is: It is rather heart

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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Ten Solutions – Now Eleven!

November 1, 2011
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Code Optimization: One R Problem, Ten Solutions – Now Eleven!

Earlier this year I came across a rather interesting page about optimisation in R from rwiki. The goal was to find the most efficient code to produce strings which follow the pattern below given a single integer input n: From this we can see that the general pattern for n is: It is rather heart

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