Can you use a Raspberry Pi as (local) CPU core with the Parallel Computing Toolbox and/or Distributed Computing Server?
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I would like to speed up computations using (possibly multiple) Raspberry Pis along with the Matlab Parallel Computing Toolbox and/or Matlab's Distributed Computation Server Toolbox. Is it possible to connect a Raspberry Pi to my machine and handle it kind of similar to a local core? This way, I wouldn't need to install Matlab on the Pi (which I think isn't possible) but could make use of the Raspberry Pi's CPU. Or is it maybe possible to build a Raspberry Pi cluster with the Distributed Computation Server Toolbox?