ARM Cortex-A, -R, -M Optimized Code Generation using MATLAB and Simulink
In release R2014b, Embedded Coder generates optimized code for ARM Cortex-A, -R, -M series of processors using NEON Ne10 and CMSIS DSP libraries.
How this benefits you:
Embedded Coder lets you automatically convert DSP and controls algorithms designed in MATLAB and Simulink into C code optimized for ARM cores, including Cortex-A, -R, -M. You can now reap the benefits of Model-Based Design while maintaining fast code performance.
Highlights of the webinar include:
- Embedded algorithm design using fixed-point and floating-point data
- Code generation for ARM cores using Ne10 and CMSIS libraries
- Processor-in-the-loop code verification with numerical result comparison and execution profiling
- Automated build, integration, and execution with BeagleBone Black Support Package (Cortex-A)
About the Presenter
Tom Erkkinen- Embedded Code Generation and Certification Technical Marketing Manager at MathWorks
Recorded: 29 Oct 2014
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