Speeding up code using Cython

The graph below compares a brute-force depth first search in Sage/Python (red line) to an implementation of the same algorithm in Cython (blue line). Vertical axis is run time in seconds, horizontal axis is number of latin square completions generated:

Cython does pretty well, and the code is far more readable than the earlier C++ version that I wrote.

For more about writing Cython code in Sage, see Chapter 5 of the documentation.

Archived Comments

Date: 2008-03-03 18:38:36 UTC

Author: Robert Samal

Hi, thanks for the interesting comparison.
How does Cython compare to C/C++?


Robert Samal

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