From the series: Coder Summit
Dan Hartman, MathWorks
In R2018a, Simulink® and Embedded Coder® support a variety of mechanisms to minimize unnecessary data copies in generated code. This produces more efficient code in both speed and memory consumption.
In addition to automatic buffer reuse and user-specified reuse through storage classes, R2018 introduces an intuitive option for engineers to suggest data reuse through the use of signal labels. This approach makes it easy to annotate models, does not force buffers to be global, and allows further code optimizations and reuse.
This presentation is from Coder Summit Talks, which are live recordings of developers and engineers debuting their best MATLAB® and Simulink Coder™ optimizations and examples at an annual technical interchange.
Concurrent Execution of For-Loops Hear how Embedded Coder supports concurrent, parallel, and multi-thread execution of for-loops.
Dynamic Code Verification and Analysis: SIL, PIL, and External Mode See how you can use Embedded Coder to verify, tune, and log generated code using SIL, PIL, and External mode.
C-Code Generation and Integration with C# Learn how you can use MATLAB Coder and Simulink Coder to integrate with a C# application.
Introducing AUTOSAR Blockset for Classic and Adaptive Applications Learn how to design, simulate, and generate code for AUTOSAR Adaptive and Classic applications.
Simulate with Flush to Zero to Avoid Pains in Model-Based Design Workflows Learn how to simulate and generate code for denormal floating-point numbers using Flush to zero.
Embedded Code Generation Advances Hear about embedded code generation advances in R2018a with the major release of MATLAB Coder and Embedded Coder.
How to Generate Production Code in 5 Minutes Watch how to quickly customize and generate code using Embedded Coder Quick Start, Code Perspective, and Embedded Coder Dictionary.
Embedded Coder Data, Function, and File Customization Learn about recent improvements to Embedded Coder that let you customize generated data, functions, and files according to your production software environment and standards.
Optimizing Code Made Easy Using Embedded Coder See how Embedded Coder lets you quickly use specific optimization levels in R2018a and how it has a multifaceted approach to producing more efficient code.
Code Generation Improvements for Vision and ADAS Watch how MathWorks coder products, such as MATLAB Coder and Embedded Coder share a common coder engine that is increasingly optimized for code patterns in computer vision and automated driving/ADAS applications.
User-Suggested Data Reuse for More Efficient Code Hear how Embedded Coder supports automatic data buffer reuse, user-specified reuse, and starting in R2018a, an intuitive user-suggested data reuse option that minimizes unnecessary data copies in generated code.
SIMD Code Generation Hear how Embedded Coder generates native SIMD instructions including Intel SSE and AVX for Windows and Linux. Previous SIMD support used code wrappers but native SIMD generation in R2018a improves quality and efficiency.
ADAS Design, Simulation, and Code Generation with Simulink See how Automated Driving Toolbox and Embedded Coder let you design, simulate, and generate C++ code for automated driving and ADAS systems. Examples include adaptive cruise control with sensor fusion and model predictive control.
C++ Class Modeling and Code Generation with Simulink and Embedded Coder Hear how Simulink and Embedded Coder let you model classes and generate C++ code. Object-oriented design and realization is critical for services-oriented architecture and middleware including Adaptive AUTOSAR, ROS 2.0, DDS, and more.
Optimizing Lookup Tables in Simulink and Embedded Coder Fixed-Point Designer lets you optimize lookup tables in Simulink and generate highly efficient code with Embedded Coder. The Lookup Table optimizer compresses data into data types that minimize memory use with low impact to numerical accuracy.
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