### PyTorch for Scientific Computing – Quantum Mechanics Example Part 4) Full Code Optimizations — 16000 times faster on a Titan V GPU

This is the 16000 times speedup code optimizations for the scientific computing with PyTorch Quantum Mechanics example. The following quote says a lot,

“The big magic is that on the Titan V GPU, with batched tensor algorithms, those million terms are all computed in the same time it would take to compute 1!!!”

### PyTorch for Scientific Computing – Quantum Mechanics Example Part 3) Code Optimizations – Batched Matrix Operations, Cholesky Decomposition and Inverse

An amazing result in this testing is that “batched” code ran in constant time on the GPU. That means that doing the Cholesky decomposition on 1 million matrices took the same amount of time as it did with 10 matrices!

In this post we start looking at performance optimization for the Quantum Mechanics problem/code presented in the first 2 posts. This is the start of the promise to make the code over 15,000 times faster! I still find the speedup hard to believe but it turns out little things can make a big difference.

### PyTorch for Scientific Computing – Quantum Mechanics Example Part 2) Program Before Code Optimizations

This is the second post on using Pytorch for Scientific computing. I’m doing an example from Quantum Mechanics. In this post we go through the formulas that need to coded and write them up in PyTorch and give everything a test.

### Doing Quantum Mechanics with a Machine Learning Framework: PyTorch and Correlated Gaussian Wavefunctions: Part 1) Introduction

A Quantum Mechanics problem coded up in PyTorch?! Sure! Why not? I’ll explain just enough of the Quantum Mechanics and Mathematics to make the problem and solution (kind of) understandable. The focus is on how easy it is to implement in PyTorch. This first post will give some explanation of the problem and do some testing of a couple of the formulas that will need to be coded up.