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I am trying to set up mex compiler to enable calling c/C++ from Matlab. I am running on linux machine (Ubuntu) and using `TRIAL...

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Posted 8 months ago

I have written a mex code which sends a scalar and a matrix to C-code from matlab code. It works fine with smaller matrix. How...

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Hi, I am trying to write a mex code which does following: 1) Input a scalar and a sparse matrix 2)Then, it convert sparse mat...

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Posted 6 months ago

I have a c-code which I can compile using makefile and run. Now, I want to convert it to mex file which I would like to compile ...

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I need some guidance regarding numerical ordinary differential equation I have nine simultaneous first order differential (...

Asked 2 years ago

Hi, Once I change options in my GUI, I want those values to be saved as defaults so that next time when I open, it open with th...

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I have a *C-code which works fine* using makefile. Now, I am trying to *convert it to mex file* so that I can run it from Matlab...

Hi, I recently got some of my Matlab code converted to C and it works. However, I would like to make some changes to these me...

Hi, I need this information regarding a funding proposal I am resubmitting. I have been asked to justify proposed purcha...

Asked 1 year ago

Hi all matlab GURUs (Tim Davis, John Dâ€™Errico, Bruno Luong and others) , 1) I am working on L1-norm solver. However, in the...

Hi, I have come across *an integral involving matrices* while trying to develop a closed form solution for the problem I have...

Hi, I am trying to evaluate an integral involving *exponential of a square matrix* and numerical evaluation would be fine. I am...

I have a matrix which is 6x6 and a vector 6x1. I calculate C2 = -(A^-1)*B; Please have a look at the structure of my matrix a...

Hi, I do not exactly know how to convert *image coordinate to axis coordinate* or *vice versa*. I have *3D array (xSize, ySi...