Why do we need these tools?
When using more sophisticated compilers, like Intel C++ 13, serious speedup might be achieved by "playing" with optimization options.
Sets of options, which you repeatedly use, tend to group to "profiles".
In matlab, you can use "mex @" syntax to re-use mex command line options.
Though, 1) there would be no auto-completion, 2) you won't be able to automatically execute some required routines (like "clear mex").
These "ICC_mex_tools" demonstrate an easy way to maintain your compilation files.
How to use:
Let's try to compile included example (thanks to Jan Simon for a perfect function).
This function is not very computation-intensive, it's just an example.
Just include it's directory to matlab path and try
and so on.
You'll find further information in these files comments.
If you're familiar with ICC, Open MP, IPO, PGO and other related stuff - it won't take long... If you don't know anything about these methods - pay attention to links to intel documentation on these features.
These tools are supposed to be used with Intel C++ compiler, to connect Intel C++ 2013 Compiler to R2012b see
another my submission:
Igor (2023). ICC_mex_tools (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/38981-icc_mex_tools), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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