MATLAB   C/C++  Book


MATLAB C++ Book illustrates the work of C++ programming with support of MATLAB. The features of this book are designed to handle the four following projects:

  1. A project is based on C++ language, the programmer wants to get support from the mathematical functions in MATLAB C/C++ Library.
    In this project, the programmer will create a C++ file, in which a C++ function will call built-in functions in MATLAB C/C++ Library to solve the technical problems.

     
  2. A project is based on C++ language and the programmer wants support from MATLAB workspace by using MATLAB Engine.
    In this project, the programmer will create a C++ file, in which a C++ function will call MATLAB to perform particular tasks in the MATLAB workspace, then transfer the results back to the C++ function.
     
  3. A project is based on C++ language and the programmer wants to call a function in an existing MATLAB M-file.
    In this project, the programmer will use MATLAB Compiler to generate the C++ function from the existing function in the MATLAB M-file, this generated function will then be used in the project.

     
  4. A project is based on the MATLAB workspace and the programmer is working in MATLAB workspace and wants to call a C++ function from an existing C++ file.
    In this project, the programmer will write a MEX-function for the existing C++ function then call it into the MATLAB workspace.

The MATLAB C++ Book (on CD-Rom) includes the full code examples of 14 chapters and 7 appendices. The example codes are developed, compiled, and tested in MATLAB 6.0, MATLAB C/C++ Library 2.1, and MATLAB Compiler 2.1. These examples are intended to establish a foundation for a C++ programmer working with these two toolboxes. The foundation is working for scalars, vectors, and matrixes which are inputs/outputs of functions for every application. In addition, the example codes are portable and presented in a step-by-step method. Therefore the user can easily reuse the codes or writes his own codes following the step-by-step procedure while solving his problems.

This book is a great tutorial for C++ programmers who use MATLAB to develop applications and solutions.

The book is promoted at MATLAB website and Technical Book Resources.

 

 


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