The book finishes with details of symbolic mathematics and scientific and numerical programming in Python, using SymPi, SciPy, NumPy, and Matplotlib. You’ll see how to process signals and images, carry out calculations using linear algebra, and visualize your results, all using Python code. With the power of a Raspberry Pi supercomputer at your fingertips, data-intensive scientific programming becomes a reality at home.
What You Will Learn
- Discover the essentials of supercomputing
- Build a low-cost cluster of Raspberry Pis at home
- Harness the power of parallel programming and the Message Passing Interface (MPI)
- Use your Raspberry Pi for symbolic, numerical, and scientific programming
Who This Book Is For
Python 3 developers who seek the knowledge of parallel programming, Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, researchers, and the scientific Python community.
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