This short course is the second in a three-part series on parallel programming in Matlab. We focus on parallel for (“parfor”) loops, the most basic way to parallelize Matlab code, and walk through several examples that illustrate the use of parfor. We also discuss how to identify bottlenecks (candidates for parallelism) and limitations on the use of parfor. A variety of example codes are available for student use. Attendees are expected to be familiar with the basic syntax and structure of Matlab code.
Class type: Programming Language
Class date: 2015-10-21