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Interested in external applications, mex & engine applications with Fortran, C, C++, etc, particularly in the areas of speed improvement and memory management efficiencies.

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Error using mex: undefined reference for user build package

Try looking in the MATLAB/R2019a/extern/lib folder for versions of these files appropriate for your system. They might have slig...

Error using mex: undefined reference for user build package

Try looking in the MATLAB/R2019a/extern/lib folder for versions of these files appropriate for your system. They might have slig...

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Problem with MexFunction and MexGetPr

Impossible to answer without seeing the code for the functionsum( ) function. Maybe you could post that? Maybe all you need to...

Problem with MexFunction and MexGetPr

Impossible to answer without seeing the code for the functionsum( ) function. Maybe you could post that? Maybe all you need to...

7 jours ago | 0

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Unexpected numerical error in built-in cross product

When I calculate things from scratch, everything works to the expected precision. E.g., run this code: % From post rTAN = [6.2...

Unexpected numerical error in built-in cross product

When I calculate things from scratch, everything works to the expected precision. E.g., run this code: % From post rTAN = [6.2...

24 jours ago | 2

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MEX crashes when called twice in succession (Same input)

Here is one cause of a crash: mwIndex *subs; subs[0]=1; subs[1]=1; You are dereferencing an uninitialized pointer on that se...

MEX crashes when called twice in succession (Same input)

Here is one cause of a crash: mwIndex *subs; subs[0]=1; subs[1]=1; You are dereferencing an uninitialized pointer on that se...

24 jours ago | 0

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Change sign of descending values

Is this what you want? x = your vector of values d = [1;diff(x)]; x(d<0) = -x(d<0);

Change sign of descending values

Is this what you want? x = your vector of values d = [1;diff(x)]; x(d<0) = -x(d<0);

25 jours ago | 1

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Trouble with declaring function output

function data = importer

Trouble with declaring function output

function data = importer

25 jours ago | 1

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how to iterate a matrix for multiple times

E.g., here is a possible outline n = 30; % the number of iterations M = rand(5,5); % some initial matrix for k=1:n M = 2...

how to iterate a matrix for multiple times

E.g., here is a possible outline n = 30; % the number of iterations M = rand(5,5); % some initial matrix for k=1:n M = 2...

25 jours ago | 1

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Using the dms2degree Command Sequentially to Populate an Array using a Sub-routine

With a for-loop, you need to use A in all of your indexing and use the [ ] brackets to form a vector input (and spell the functi...

Using the dms2degree Command Sequentially to Populate an Array using a Sub-routine

With a for-loop, you need to use A in all of your indexing and use the [ ] brackets to form a vector input (and spell the functi...

25 jours ago | 0

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Write a function called valid_date that takes three positive integer scalar inputs year, month, day. If these three represent a valid date, return a logical true, otherwise false. The name of the output argument is valid.

Looks like you are taking the same class as Rahul. Rather than repeat my answer here, I will simply direct you to the link: ht...

Write a function called valid_date that takes three positive integer scalar inputs year, month, day. If these three represent a valid date, return a logical true, otherwise false. The name of the output argument is valid.

Looks like you are taking the same class as Rahul. Rather than repeat my answer here, I will simply direct you to the link: ht...

25 jours ago | 0

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I need some help in seeing where I am going wrong and how to proceed with writing a particular funciton for a MATLAB course I am taking please.

Some issues: n is a fixed input ... you should not be changing n inside your function. Get rid of that n = n + 1 statement. T...

I need some help in seeing where I am going wrong and how to proceed with writing a particular funciton for a MATLAB course I am taking please.

Some issues: n is a fixed input ... you should not be changing n inside your function. Get rid of that n = n + 1 statement. T...

25 jours ago | 1

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Use of int vs size_t in mex compilation of C-function dgemm.

If you are linking to the MATLAB supplied BLAS/LAPACK libraries, then all of the integer types being used for arguments to these...

Use of int vs size_t in mex compilation of C-function dgemm.

If you are linking to the MATLAB supplied BLAS/LAPACK libraries, then all of the integer types being used for arguments to these...

27 jours ago | 0

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For loop to extract every 3rd column out of matrix and assign as variable name

Do not do this! This will only lead to headaches downstream in your code for processing these variables (you will need to use m...

For loop to extract every 3rd column out of matrix and assign as variable name

Do not do this! This will only lead to headaches downstream in your code for processing these variables (you will need to use m...

28 jours ago | 1

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random generator on level of bytes

Generate random integers and then multiply them by 8 to guarantee that the result is divisible by 8. E.g., something like: max_...

random generator on level of bytes

Generate random integers and then multiply them by 8 to guarantee that the result is divisible by 8. E.g., something like: max_...

environ un mois ago | 2

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Calculate sum of series using for

Here is an outline to get you started: a = something; % you put a value here m = something; % you put a value here x = someth...

Calculate sum of series using for

Here is an outline to get you started: a = something; % you put a value here m = something; % you put a value here x = someth...

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Decimal to Binary Conversion

E.g., bstream = reshape(b',1,[]); If you want characters, then bstream = char(reshape(b',1,[]) + '0');

Decimal to Binary Conversion

E.g., bstream = reshape(b',1,[]); If you want characters, then bstream = char(reshape(b',1,[]) + '0');

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How to output a vector/array from a created function

Don't use size(inputVector) for your loop indexing limits since this is a vector. Use numel(inputVector) instead. Also, you sho...

How to output a vector/array from a created function

Don't use size(inputVector) for your loop indexing limits since this is a vector. Use numel(inputVector) instead. Also, you sho...

environ un mois ago | 0

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Cpp to Mex conversion

Looks like you have a mismatch with variable types, probably an older piece of code that you are trying to compile on a newer MA...

Cpp to Mex conversion

Looks like you have a mismatch with variable types, probably an older piece of code that you are trying to compile on a newer MA...

environ un mois ago | 1

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mxGetPropertyPtr & mxSetPropertySDC C-mex functions

Fast memory efficient alternative to API functions mxGetProperty & mxSetProperty.

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how to solve 'Error using | Matrix dimensions must agree. ' ?

Maybe this line: while (Lia2_One_Three ~= zeros(length(Lia2_One_Three),1) | Lia2_Two_Three ~= zeros(length(Lia2_Two_Three),1)...

how to solve 'Error using | Matrix dimensions must agree. ' ?

Maybe this line: while (Lia2_One_Three ~= zeros(length(Lia2_One_Three),1) | Lia2_Two_Three ~= zeros(length(Lia2_Two_Three),1)...

environ un mois ago | 0

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Print from C file into Command window via MexFile

"However I would like to print directly from the c-file to Matlab Command Window. Is that possible?" Yes, that is what mexPrint...

Print from C file into Command window via MexFile

"However I would like to print directly from the c-file to Matlab Command Window. Is that possible?" Yes, that is what mexPrint...

environ un mois ago | 1

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could anyone help me to solve the issue with respect to the code

The syntax of a for-loop is: for k=1:5 % your code here end

could anyone help me to solve the issue with respect to the code

The syntax of a for-loop is: for k=1:5 % your code here end

environ un mois ago | 0

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How can I see the filter function implementation code at MATLAB?

In general, if the function has an associated .m file then TMW is willing to show you that much. Also there may be information ...

How can I see the filter function implementation code at MATLAB?

In general, if the function has an associated .m file then TMW is willing to show you that much. Also there may be information ...

environ un mois ago | 1

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If else problem for year

All of those if-elseif blocks make the code difficult to read, and difficult to debug as well. I would advise against that appr...

If else problem for year

All of those if-elseif blocks make the code difficult to read, and difficult to debug as well. I would advise against that appr...

environ un mois ago | 0

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Please how can I store all my matrix?

Maybe use a cell array: channel{i} = [importdata(location)]; Then at the end you can work with the individual matrices as chan...

Please how can I store all my matrix?

Maybe use a cell array: channel{i} = [importdata(location)]; Then at the end you can work with the individual matrices as chan...

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Fast Elementwise Matrix-Multiplications

The element-wise times operation in MATLAB is already multi-threaded. You are not going to beat it by writing your own low leve...

Fast Elementwise Matrix-Multiplications

The element-wise times operation in MATLAB is already multi-threaded. You are not going to beat it by writing your own low leve...

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Defining velocity over particular time frame

You don't need a loop for the velocity. Assuming I understand that you want the velocity to be linear, you just need a vector t...

Defining velocity over particular time frame

You don't need a loop for the velocity. Assuming I understand that you want the velocity to be linear, you just need a vector t...

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Converting C++ bits packed int** to MATLAB unisgned char mxArray using mex?

Some issues: 1) The signature of mxCreateNumericArray according to the doc is: mxArray *mxCreateNumericArray(mwSize ndim, cons...

Converting C++ bits packed int** to MATLAB unisgned char mxArray using mex?

Some issues: 1) The signature of mxCreateNumericArray according to the doc is: mxArray *mxCreateNumericArray(mwSize ndim, cons...

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Find an optimal solution for a linear system with two inequations

The way you have this problem posed, and assuming by "binary" you mean integer, it can be solved by simple inspection. The max ...

Find an optimal solution for a linear system with two inequations

The way you have this problem posed, and assuming by "binary" you mean integer, it can be solved by simple inspection. The max ...

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