Re: Distributed Computing with MATLAB and Simulink

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> The MathWorks’ Distributed Computing tools support high productivity
> computing by letting you use the high-level MATLAB and Simulink
> environments for algorithm development and then accelerate computation

> via distributed or parallel execution on a cluster of computers.
> “Using the Distributed Computing Toolbox, we simply deployed our
> simulation on a large group cluster. We saw a linear improvement

> in speed, and we could run 100 simulations at once. MathWorks
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> impossible.”
> Dr. Glen White, Queen Mary, University of London

> You can prototype applications in MATLAB and use Distributed Computing
> Toolbox functions to define distributed and parallel jobs. The MATLAB
> Distributed Computing Engine schedules and executes these jobs on a

> computer cluster. The engine can also execute complete Simulink models
> as independent tasks in distributed jobs.
> Distributed Computing Toolbox 3.0 now supports parallel for loops
> and distributed arrays for creating parallel applications without

> explicit message passing. Request
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> Please forward this to others in your organisation that would be
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