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nVidia Jetson for FEA and mathematical modelling

nVidia Jetson for FEA and mathematical modelling

nVidia Jetson for FEA and mathematical modelling

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Hi Guys

Not sure if this is the best group for my query.

So I have been developing an FEA toolbox, most of the coding has been done through Octave on a Raspberry Pi. I normally use remote access from one of my laptops to access the Pi and do the coding.

The Pi also supports the use of python with all the major libraries, which also makes it a good choice for the coding. I haven't used python as I have burned my fingers a few times with it when doing upgrades of the libraries.

Has anyone worked on the nVidia Jetson for complex mathematical modelling and FEA work? Granted it is mainly geared towards AI, but there are some really nice perks from a processing point of view.

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