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Interfacing MATLAB with C Code

Course Highlights

This one-day course focuses on interfacing MATLAB® with user-written C code. Through hands-on examples and exercises, the course explores generating MEX-files to incorporate external C code in MATLAB applications. At the end of this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Write and compile source MEX files

  • Pass data between MATLAB and MEX files

  • Call MATLAB code from C code using the engine interface

  • Identify the proper appraoch for interfacing MATLAB with C code

Course Objectives

The aim of this course is to provide participants on interfacing user-written C code with Matlab.

Who Must Attend

This hands-on course is designed for engineers who wish to interface their Matlab code with user-written C code.

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Mathworks Sole and Authorised Distributor and Training Partner

Course Benefits

Upon the completion of the course, the participants will be able to write and compile source MEX files, pass data between MATLAB and MEX files, call Matlab code from C code using the engine interface, and identify the proper approach for interfacing Matlab with C code.

Course Prerequisites

Familiarity with terminology and concepts related to programming in C (especially pointers). Experience with Matlab is recommended.

Course Outline 

Day 1 of 1

MEX-File Overview

Objective: Identify required components of a MEX-file and set up the environment for producing MEX-files.

  • Introduction to MEX-files

  • Applications of MEX-files

  • Components of a MEX-file

  • Setting up MATLAB to compile MEX-files

  • Building and running a MEX-file

MEX-Files with Inputs and Outputs

Objective: Create MEX-files with inputs and outputs for interacting with MATLAB environment.

  • Data flow in MEX-files

  • MATLAB data

  • The mxArray class

  • Working with pointers

  • Working with mxArray API functions

  • Working with strings

  • When to use MEX-files

  • Handling data

MEX-File Interface Considerations 

Objective: Display diagnostic messages and manage memory in MEX-files.

  • Displaying diagnostic messages

  • Memory allocation and deallocation

  • Preventing memory leaks

  • Working with input and output memory

  • Debugging MEX-file

Calling MATLAB from C Code 

Objective: Call the MATLAB engine from a C application to evaluate MATLAB expressions and transfer data between the C application and the MATLAB engine.

  • Introduction to the MATLAB engine

  • Data Flow in MATLAB engine applications

  • Calling the MATLAB engine

  • Compiling and running MATLAB engine applications

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