Hello, I run the same program in Windows it shows Out of memory. Type HELP MEMORY for your options. Then I run it in Linux, it runs for a while and then shows killed.
does it mean it is out of memory or something else? How to resolve it? Thanks.
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If you run some code on Windows and get an "Out of memory" error and then run the same code on Linux (on the same hardware) and Matlab just crashes, then yes, it might mean that you are out of memory in Linux too. Can you provide more details? What does your code do?
If you are in fact running out of memory, then the most obvious solution is to get more memory (if you can). Beyond that, you will have to re-write your code to work under your memory constraints. For instance, if you have big data matrices just sitting around doing nothing, then clear them away to make room for things you will use. If you make use of a lot of intermediate variables, try overwriting only a few variables instead.
Also I find the answer to convert a matrix to single precision, that is 'single'. But I tried this command, but it still gives a double precision.
For example, a=ones(2,3,'single'); 1.5*a shows a double matrix. Could anyone explain it? Thanks.