- What is the NAG Toolbox?
Introduces the NAG Toolbox and gets you started using it
- Calling NAG Routines From MATLAB
Although the NAG Library is written in Fortran, you can use it from within MATLAB as if it were a collection of native MATLAB commands. The code in the toolbox will transform your MATLAB data into a form suitable for passing to Fortran, and will transform the results into MATLAB objects on successful completion of the algorithm.
- Multi-Threaded Functions
A number of functions in this implementation of the toolbox have been
enhanced to allow them to exploit multiple cores. This should deliver
speed-ups for moderate or large datasets over the single-threaded
versions when run on a multicore system.
- The Design of The NAG Toolbox for MATLAB
This section will mainly be of interest to users familiar with using the NAG Library directly from Fortran or another high-level programming environment. It explains the rationale for deciding whether a parameter is optional or omitted from the interface completely, and other differences between the Library and the Toolbox.
- New features introduced in this release of the Toolbox
Highlights changes in this release of the NAG Toolbox.
- Advice on Replacement Calls for Withdrawn/Superseded functions
Advice on updating calls to functions that have been withdrawn, or are scheduled for withdrawal.
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