represents a kernel available for parallel computing.
- Kernel objects represent running kernels on a local or remote computer system.
- Kernel objects are created with LaunchKernels and terminated with CloseKernels.
Examplesopen allclose all
Close all kernels:
Launch copies of the previously running kernels:
Close a particular kernel:
Properties & Relations (1)
The output form of a kernel object indicates its $KernelID:
Possible Issues (1)
Kernel ID values are not necessarily contiguous: