Category Archives: Mex

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MEX ctrl-c interrupt

An undocumented MEX function can help interrupt running MEX functions.

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Better MEX error messages

The default clunky and release-incompatible MEX error messages can be improved using a simple hack.

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Undocumented feature list

A list of undocumented MATLAB features can be retrieved. Here’s how…

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Explicit multi-threading in Matlab part 3

Matlab performance can be improved by employing POSIX threads in C/C++ code.

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Serializing/deserializing Matlab data

Matlab does not provide a documented manner to serialize data into a byte stream, but we can do this with some undocumented functionality.

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Accessing private object properties

Private properties of Matlab class objects can be accessed (read and write) using some undocumented techniques.

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Undocumented Matlab MEX API

Matlab’s MEX API contains numerous undocumented functions, that can be extremely useful.

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Parsing mlint (Code Analyzer) output

The Matlab Code Analyzer (mlint) has a lot of undocumented functionality just waiting to be used.

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Matlab’s internal memory representation

Matlab’s internal memory structure is explored and discussed.

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Matlab mex in-place editing

Editing Matlab arrays in-place can be an important technique for optimizing calculations. This article shows how to do it using Mex.

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