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Should I use newer ghc?
2 projects | /r/haskell | 23 Feb 2023
extra-deps: - git: https://github.com/AccelerateHS/accelerate.git commit: 5971c5d8e4dbba28d2017e7ce422cf46a20197cb2 projects | /r/haskell | 23 Feb 2023
Someone has opened a PR for accelerate here https://github.com/AccelerateHS/accelerate/pull/525 (sadly seems not actively maintained at the moment, but that can always change if people care enough). I agree for an executable you should freeze your dependencies and compiler version, and using 8.10 is fine. Although there are tons of improvements in 9.2+
Haskell deep learning tutorials [Blog]
4 projects | /r/haskell | 23 Jan 2023
Backprop is a neat library. However, I guess its use case is if you actually don't want to go for anything standard like Torch or TF (perhaps for research?) For instance, if I were to use something like Accelerate for GPU acceleration, or some other computation-oriented library, then I would mix it with Backprop. Previously, I have benefited from Backprop in a ConvNet tutorial and I liked it.
Who is researching array languages these days?
5 projects | /r/Compilers | 15 Oct 2022
I know Accelerate is being developed at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. You can look at publications by Trevor McDonell to get a taste of what they are doing.
Next Decade in Languages: User Code on the GPU
3 projects | /r/ProgrammingLanguages | 25 Jun 2022
I’m personally a big fan of http://www.acceleratehs.org / https://github.com/AccelerateHS/accelerate-llvm
Introduction to Doctests in Haskell
6 projects | /r/haskell | 19 Apr 2022
Looking for a few projects that make use of it, I found accelerate, hawk, polysemy and pretty-simple, so I'll be interested to poke around in their code and see how they have things set up.
Monthly Hask Anything (March 2022)
5 projects | /r/haskell | 2 Mar 2022
There's accelerate for GPU computing and hmatrix for bindings to BLAS and LAPACK.
What are some alternatives?
dhall - Maintainable configuration files
accelerate-cuda - DEPRECATED: Accelerate backend for NVIDIA GPUs
hyper-haskell-server - The strongly hyped Haskell interpreter.
feldspar-compiler - This is the compiler for the Feldspar Language.
accelerate-fft - FFT library for Haskell based on the embedded array language Accelerate
accelerate-llvm - LLVM backend for Accelerate
binaryen - DEPRECATED in favor of ghc wasm backend, see https://www.tweag.io/blog/2022-11-22-wasm-backend-merged-in-ghc
accelerate-io - Read and write Accelerate arrays in various formats
accelerate-examples - Examples for the Accelerate language