Tag Archives: Performance

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Multi-threaded Mex

Tips for creating and debugging multi-threaded Mex functions are discussed.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Mex, Undocumented feature
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Blocked wait with timeout for asynchronous events

It is easy to convert asynchronous (streaming) events into a blocked wait in Matlab.

Categories: Java, Listeners, Low risk of breaking in future versions, Memory
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Speeding-up builtin Matlab functions – part 2

Built-in Matlab functions can often be profiled and optimized for improved run-time performance. This article shows a typical example.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Toolbox
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Speeding-up builtin Matlab functions – part 1

Built-in Matlab functions can often be profiled and optimized for improved run-time performance. This article shows a typical example.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Toolbox
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Using SQLite in Matlab

SQLite databases can be accessed in a variety of different ways in Matlab.

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Tips for accelerating Matlab performance

My article on “Tips for Accelerating MATLAB Performance” was recently featured in the September 2017 Matlab newsletter digest.

Categories: Handle graphics, Low risk of breaking in future versions
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Faster csvwrite/dlmwrite

The speed of the builtin csvwrite, dlmwrite functions can be improved dramatically.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Mex, Undocumented feature
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Parsing XML strings

Matlab’s xmlread function cannot process XML data directly, but this can easily be overcome.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Semi-documented feature, Stock Matlab function
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Quirks with parfor vs. for

Parallelizing loops with Matlab’s parfor might generate unexpected results. Users beware!

Categories: Guest bloggers, Medium risk of breaking in future versions, Memory, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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Afterthoughts on implicit expansion

The new implicit expansion feature of Matlab R2016b can break user code in unexpected ways.

Categories: Low risk of breaking in future versions, Stock Matlab function, Undocumented feature
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