python-lazyarray – Python module providing a NumPy-compatible lazily-evaluated array

The ‘larray’ class is a NumPy-compatible numerical array where operations on the array (potentially including array construction) are not performed immediately, but are delayed until evaluation is specifically requested. Evaluation of only parts of the array is also possible. Consequently, use of an ‘larray’ can potentially save considerable computation time and memory in cases where arrays are used conditionally, or only parts of an array are used (for example in distributed computation, in which each MPI node operates on a subset of the elements of the array).

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