Can you speed up or parallelize your DotNet code in C# with Matlab code through the Builder NE toolbox?

(Last Updated On: April 22, 2013)
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Can you speed up or parallelize your DotNet code in C# with Matlab code through the Builder NE toolbox?

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This just came in through a Youtube message:

Hello Bryan,


 I see you have some examples of how to use Matlab Builder NE.


 I’d like to ask you if the algorithm computation costs are largely increased when using a solution like this?


 I haven’t yet used I couldn’t get the software so far.


 The algorithm I’m interested in using with .NET can be a bit complex since it is a clustering algorithm.

Sent to: Bryan Downing


Yes, using the Builder NE can be inefficient but since Matlab 2012a, you can now parallelize with Matlab’s workers ( from the Distributed Computing ) in your C# code. That may be a way to speed it up but I cannot say as I have not confirmed this. I have seen documentation on this in the Builder NE toolbox user guide PDF. In other words, parfor now is supported in the Builder NE.



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