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In this webinar we demonstrate the workflow for generating readable and portable C code from your MATLAB algorithms using MATLAB Coder. Using the command line approach or the graphical project management tool, you can introduce implementation requirements to your algorithms written in MATLAB and generate readable source code, or a standalone compiled executable or a library that can be shared across your organization.

MathWorks engineers also explore how you can automatically generate MEX functions that can be used to verify the behavior of the generated code back in MATLAB or to accelerate computationally intensive portions of your MATLAB code by running it at compiled speed.

This webinar is geared towards design engineers developing and testing algorithms in MATLAB.

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Nice video. I have a question: when it comes to define your input type, it seems that you need to specify the dimension based on your data. When it comes to using the MEX function in MATLAB, what happens if I need to input arrays of different length to the function? I have to feed in the mex function 4 inputs and 1 of them, depending from which trial I’m processing, will be of different length. When I run the code, I get the error saying that the dimension was not the one specified first. I’m sure I’m doing something wrong. Is there a solution or a way around this? Thank you very much!

What a great Feature!

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Thanks for your helpful video!

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Amazing!!!!

There is a typo at 26:30, it should have been iterations=sum(hstry~=0) instead of iterations=length(sum(hstry~=0)). However, you’ve made your point. Great Tute! Thanks.

0:45 Agenda summary

0:49 Why engineers translate MATLAB to C today

1:46 Algorithm Development Process

2:54 MATLAB code deployment methods

3:59 Challenges with manual translation from MATLAB to C

5:12 Automatic Translation of MATLAB to C

6:02 Simple demo: scalar inputs

8:44 Simple demo: matrix inputs

13:00 Three-Step workflow

14:18 Implementation considerations

17:25 Example: Newton/Raphson algorithm

19:15 Create simple testbench

19:40 Generate code

21:37 Check for runtime issues

27:20 Change the look and feel of the code

28:54 MATLAB features and function supported by MATLAB Coder

30:47 MATLAB coder use cases overview

31:29 Example: Code integration for zoom algorithm with an OpenCV parent project in Visual Studio

40:20 MATLAB code acceleration strategies

42:52 Example: Acceleration using different acceleration strategies

43:10 Using vectorization and memory preallocation

46:41 Using System Objects

48:15 Using C code generation (MEX)

49:00 Using MEX + parallel computing (toolbox)

50:22 When to expect acceleration due to MEX

51:25 Code generation for Simulink

51:40 Working with the embedded coder

53:22 ARM Cortex-M optimized code

54:00 ARM Cortex-A optimized code

54:24 Working with Simulink and embedded coder

55:54 MATLAB Coder vs. MATLAB Compiler + MATLAB Compiler SDK