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I have a general question about memory management of functions in Matlab.
As far as I know, once the Matlab quits a function, all the memory allocated for that particular function is deallocated from memory.
I have created the following code
Here is the CalVaues function
So, basically I am continuously calling a function (a=CalValues) inside a while-loop. After one hour of continuous running the script, I realized that the memory allocated for Matlab is increasing continuously too.
When I break the while-loop with Ctrl+C, then the memory is deallocated. I was wondering Why the memory keep growing in RAM? There is nothing else inside the while-loop.
Is it possible that the Memory is not been deallocated if you call a function inside a while-loop? or till you are really outside of while-loop?
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