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Topic: Which numerical library to use for porting from Matlab to C++?
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Steven Lord

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Re: Which numerical library to use for porting from Matlab to C++?
Posted: Feb 8, 2012 2:33 PM
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"Andreas Paulsen" <andreas.paulsen@geocap.no> wrote in message
news:7a515e0c-bfb8-4247-a333-b8644f34d73f@p7g2000yqk.googlegroups.com...
> I am currently prototyping some algorithms in Matlab that rely on
> matrix, DSP, statistics and image analysis functionality.
>
> Some examples of what I may need:
>
> eigenvectors
> convolution in 2D and 3D
> FFT
> Short Time Fourier Transform
> Hilbert transform
> Chebyshev polynomials
> low pass filter
> random multivariate gaussian numbers
> kmeans
>
> Later on I will need to implement these algorithms in C++.


*snip*

Rather than reimplementing your algorithms, you may be interested in using
MATLAB Coder to generate C or C++ code directly from your MATLAB
implementation.

http://www.mathworks.com/products/matlab-coder/

I'm not certain if it'll do everything you're looking to do, but I think it
would get you most of what you listed above. If that looks interesting, you
should be able to trial the product using the "Downloads & Trials" link on
the left side of that page or by contacting the MathWorks sales staff.

--
Steve Lord
slord@mathworks.com
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