Put these files to mexopts dir,like
and then type >>mex -setup
Now there should be two new strings like
 Intel C++ 13.0 (with Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 linker) in %ICPP_COMPILER13%
 Intel C++ 13.0 in %ICPP_COMPILER13%
Second option uses native Intel C++ 13.0 linker, which is required, for example, for /Qipo optimization.
Both files contain very basic "safe" optimization options.
To be able to get more speed out of ICC without modifying these "*.bat" files each time,(and for some basic ICC optimization options examples) see another my submission - ICC_mex_tools:
Igor (2020). mex setup for windows x64 intel c compiler 13 (XE) (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/38980-mex-setup-for-windows-x64-intel-c-compiler-13-xe), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
can you tell me where to find these compilers?
and why i need LCC compiler?
P.S i am using matlab 2016a
Oups.. here's a fixed link to an 'update' for ICC14:
Here's an 'update' for ICC14:
I never used icc13 on linux, sorry.
What about linux version???
Works for me, no problem.
typo fix (in include path)
added direct link to ICC_mex_tools