Finance Focus Session With MathWorks, Developers Of MATLAB: Parallel Computing And GPUs

7city hosted a Finance Focus Session with MathWorks, developers of MATLAB: Parallel Computing and GPUs on Wednesday October 3rd 2012. It was presented by Jos Martin and Ben Tordoff.

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