This one-day course focuses on interfacing MATLAB® with user-written C code. Through hands-on examples and exercises, the course explores generating MEX-files to incorporate external C code in MATLAB applications and calling MATLAB code from C applications. At the end of this course, attendees will be able to:
|Day 1 of 1|
Objective: Identify the required components of a MEX-file and set up the environment for producing MEX-files.
|MEX-Files with Inputs and Outputs||
Objective: Create MEX-files with inputs and outputs for interacting with MATLAB environment.
|MEX-File Interface Considerations||
Objective: Display diagnostic messages and manage memory in MEX-files.
|Calling MATLAB from C Code||
Objective: Call the MATLAB engine from a C application to evaluate MATLAB expressions and transfer data between the C application and the MATLAB engine.
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When you register for one of these courses, you can rely on the fact that it won't be canceled or rescheduled for any reason.
|15 Sep 2017||US, Massachusetts, Natick||English||USD 750|
|10 Nov 2017||US, Minnesota, Minneapolis||English||USD 750|
|22 Dec 2017||US, Massachusetts, Natick||English||USD 750|
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You are eligible for discounted academic pricing when you use MATLAB and Simulink for teaching, academic research, or for meeting course requirements at a degree granting institution.
You are not eligible for academic pricing when you use MATLAB and Simulink at a commercial or government lab, or for other commercial or industrial purposes.
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