Category Archives: Memory

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General-use object copy

Matlab’s dual internal serialization/deserialization functions can be used to create duplicates of any object.

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New book: Accelerating MATLAB Performance

Accelerating MATLAB Performance (ISBN 9781482211290) is a book dedicated to improving Matlab performance (speed).

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Allocation performance take 2

The clear function has some non-trivial effects on Matlab performance.

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File deletion memory leaks, performance

Matlab’s delete function leaks memory and is also slower than the equivalent Java function.

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The Java import directive

The import function can be used to clarify Java code used in Matlab.

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Internal Matlab memory optimizations

Copy-on-write and in-place data manipulations are very useful Matlab performance improvement techniques.

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Array resizing performance

Several alternatives are explored for dynamic array growth performance in Matlab loops.

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Preallocation performance

Preallocation is a standard Matlab speedup technique. Still, it has several undocumented aspects.

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Matlab’s internal memory representation

Matlab’s internal memory structure is explored and discussed.

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Profiling Matlab memory usage

mtic and mtoc were a couple of undocumented features that enabled users of past Matlab releases to easily profile memory usage.

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