Is FastFlow Open Source C++ library a fast software alternative to GPU or FPGA for HFT and quant?

(Last Updated On: December 13, 2013)

Is FastFlow Open Source C++ library a fast software alternative to GPU or FPGA for HFT and quant?

I discovered this years ago but there have been some major enhancements since then. Here are some newer links:

http://www.1024cores.net/home/technologies/fastflow

http://calvados.di.unipi.it/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=ffnamespace:usermanual

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Here is an updated version of FastFlow 2.01 :  http://alpha.di.unito.it/parallel-programming-framework/

Do note! I cannot complete the builds so if anyone can let me know how to complete, that would be appreciated

As with any open source C__ project, I have decided to put this on the backburner. The instructions to build on Windows are inadequate so I don’t have the patience to try any further.

 

Read BUILD file but do make Visual Studio projects via:

cmake ..

Also could use forVisual Studio 2012:

>cmake -G”Visual Studio 11 Win64″ ..

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