Tag Archives: JMI

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Explicit multi-threading in Matlab part 1

Explicit multi-threading can be achieved in Matlab by a variety of simple means.

Categories: Java, Low risk of breaking in future versions
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Java stack traces in Matlab

Matlab does not normally provide information about the Java calls on the stack trace. A simple trick can show us this information.

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Types of undocumented Matlab aspects

This article lists the different types of undocumented/unsupported/hidden aspects in Matlab

Categories: High risk of breaking in future versions, Java, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, Semi-documented feature, Semi-documented function, Undocumented feature, Undocumented function
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Hierarchical Systems with UDD

UDD objects can be grouped in structured hierarchies – this article explains how

Categories: Guest bloggers, Handle graphics, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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JMI wrapper – remote MatlabControl

An example using matlabcontrol for calling Matlab from a separate Java process is explained.

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JMI wrapper – local MatlabControl part 2

An example using matlabcontrol for calling Matlab from within a Java class is explained and discussed

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JMI wrapper – local MatlabControl part 1

MatlabControl is an open-source wrapper of JMI that allows an easy and documented way to communicate from Java to Matlab. This article describes this wrapper.

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JMI – Java-to-Matlab Interface

JMI enables calling Matlab functions from within Java. This article explains JMI’s core functionality.

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