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Optimized codes from @MATLAB now run on #ARM #CortexA processors (via @ElectronicsNews)

Optimized codes from @MATLAB now run on #ARM #CortexA processors (via @ElectronicsNews)

MathWorks says model-based design is good for ARM Cortex-A no comment richard wilson 30th October 2014 Get news by email MathWorks says that code generated from MATLAB and Simulink can now be optimised for running on ARM Cortex-A processors. Simulink also offers built-in target support for ARM-based hardware devices including BeagleBone Black, Xilinx Zynq, STMicroelectronics Discovery Board, and Freescale Freedom Board. The MathWorks Embedded Coder tool generates optimised code will allow designers to apply model-based design across applications and devices including motor control, power electronics, audio, and communications. According to Paul Barnard, design automation marketing director, MathWorks , ARM Cortex-A-based devices are now being used for image processing, radar and communications in both consumer and commercial devices. “The ability to generate optimised code...

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