Touching MATLAB

July 23, 2008 · Posted in Matlab 

It has been quite some time since I get my hands dirty on MATLAB, a powerful mathematical and simulation application (software), which I previously used to run extensive simulations over several days and weeks. I am still highly fascinated with MATLAB, as it practically allows users to program work the way they want them to be.

Perhaps, when I have more time to run some data analysis or data crunching, I will be getting back to use MATLAB again. However, as we know sometimes MATLAB takes up quite a huge amount of memory consumption and it is not the most efficient application for running linear algebra, programming part of the source code in C language will be a great idea!

Combining the C language and MATLAB together brings out a fortified data-crunching simulation. It is extremely good when run with “nodesktop” and “nojvm”. In so doing, the amount of memory allocation is greatly reduced whilst freeing up for the use of large-scale data-crunching analysis.

Anyway, I will talk more about it again when I have time. Right now, I am getting back to make use of this application to bring out the best in Dynamic System Identification.

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