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Steve Bronder

My open source work focuses on high performance computing for the Stan programming language. It mostly boils down to memory management and doing matrix automatic differentiation quickly on CPUs and GPUs. My other lines of research focus on time series forecasting, methodologies for validating machine learning models. If you are interested in hiring me for consulting purposes please email me at

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  1. PANIC Tests

    R 1

  2. tutorial for mlr forecasting under gh-pages

  3. This repository contains code for solving the traveling salesman problem in cuda

    Jupyter Notebook 10 5

  4. The OpenCL methods to be presented at stancon 2018

    R 2 2

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Activity overview
Contributed to stan-dev/math, stan-dev/stan, stan-dev/stanc3 and 5 other repositories

Contribution activity

March 2021

Created 11 commits in 1 repository

Created a pull request in stan-dev/cmdstan that received 4 comments

[WIP] Running multiple chains in one Stan program

Submisison Checklist Run tests: ./ src/test Declare copyright holder and open-source license: see below Summary: This is a pr…

+23,128 −9 4 comments
Opened 2 other pull requests in 2 repositories
Reviewed 3 pull requests in 2 repositories

Created an issue in stan-dev/math that received 2 comments

mingw error on devel because of too big of a file

Description C:/rtools40/mingw64/bin/../lib/gcc/x86_64-w64-mingw32/8.3.0/../../../../x86_64-w64-mingw32/bin/as.exe: test/unit/math/mix/fun_30_test.o…

Opened 2 other issues in 2 repositories

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