How to deploy matlab deep learning models to Texas Instruments?

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cui on 26 Feb 2022
Edited: cui on 1 Mar 2022
As far as I know, matlab deep learning models can be deployed to FPGAs and SoCs (Deep Learning HDL Toolbox), NVIDIA™ family of devices (GPU Coder Toolbox), but can they be deployed to some Texas Instruments, such as C2000? If so, where can I see some typical deployment examples? Thanks!

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Kiran Kintali
Kiran Kintali on 27 Feb 2022
DL code generated for library-free “none” target should be deployable on TI C2000.
Generate Generic C/C++ Code for Deep Learning Networks in Simulink
As of R2021a, you can use Simulink Coder and Embedded Coder to generate generic ANSI/ISO-compliant C and C++ code, free from dependence on third-party deep learning libraries, for Simulink models containing deep learning networks. Incorporate convolutional and recurrent neural networks into Simulink with blocks from the Deep Learning Toolbox, including the Stateful Predict and Stateful Classify blocks. Apply pre- and post-processing to time-series data for use within Simulink models.
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cui on 1 Mar 2022
Is there a matlab coder and embedder coder deployment example specifically for TI TDA4vm's soc embedded devices?

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