Seems to work well. Seems faster than normxcorr2_mex for larger arrays, which is no longer on Matlab Central but is around on the internet.
24 Jul 2011
Command-line peak fitter for time-series signals. Version 5.7, September, 2014
Author: Tom O'Haver
This seems to use a parameter no longer supported in Matlab R2010B.. I get this erorr message:
??? Error using ==> optimset at 204
Unrecognized parameter name 'TypicalX'. Please see the optimset reference page in the documentation for a list of acceptable option parameters. Link to
I am running 2014a on a machine with 192Gb of RAM and 20 cores. I am trying to convolute two vectors, one with 3,060,663 elements, the other with 693. The built-in conv took 0.06 seconds. convnfft filled the memory and then crashed the machine.
This function is indeed faster than CONV, but as soon as I attempted to use it on larger data sets, Matlab produced an 'out of memory' error, whereas CONV can cope just fine with the same datasets (albeit taking longer).
FYI if I run the 'memory' command my output is as follows:
Maximum possible array: 11862 MB (1.244e+10 bytes) *
Memory available for all arrays: 11862 MB (1.244e+10 bytes) *
Memory used by MATLAB: 820 MB (8.597e+08 bytes)
Physical Memory (RAM): 8011 MB (8.400e+09 bytes)
So the problem definitely isn't my hardware