Fixed-Point Acceleration in MATLAB 1.0

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This webinar was recorded on March 22, 2007. It ...

This webinar was recorded on March 22, 2007. It introduces new capabilities for modeling and simulation of fixed-point algorithms in MATLAB and Simulink. Attendees will discover how by using MATLAB , simulink and featured Toolboxes and Blocksets they can better model and design fixed-point algorithms and substantially accelerate the simulation speed of their M-code while performing design validation and trade-off analysis.
Through demonstrations, we will showcase specific features of Fixed-point Toolbox, Simulink Fixed-Point and related products including signal Processing Blockset, Real-Time workshop, and Video and Image processing Blockset and show how these features help users tackle problems and challenges including
- Converting an algorithm from a floating-point to a fixed-point representation
- Accelerating the execution speed of fixed-point M-code, both in MATLAB workspace or within a Simulink model
- Using Simulink and Real-Time Workshop, to automatically generate C-code from a well-defined subset of the MATLAB language with the Embedded MATLAB Function block
Demands:
• MATLAB Release: R2007a
• Fixed-Point toolbox
• Real-Time Workshop
signal_processing Blockset
• Signal Processing Toolbox
• Simulink
• Simulink Accelerator

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