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max_in_place - example of multi-threaded MEX function

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Example of a multi-threaded MEX function, that can easily be adapted

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Updated 19 Jul 2018

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Max_in_place is a sample MEX file that shows a generic framework for multi-threaded processing in MEX functions.

Syntax: max_in_place(matrix1, matrix2)

The 2 input matrices must be real non-sparse and have the same number of elements. The matrix1 input is updated in-place (without memory reallocation) with the maximal value of corresponding elements in the two matrices.

Multi-threading is controlled via Matlab's builtin maxNumCompThreads function.
The code can easily be adapted for other processing types.

A detailed description is found at: http://UndocumentedMatlab.com/blog/multi-threaded-mex

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Yair Altman (2019). max_in_place - example of multi-threaded MEX function (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/68237-max_in_place-example-of-multi-threaded-mex-function), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Yunhui Zhou

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