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#1 Posted : 18 August 2013 21:08:18(UTC)
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New Stable Matlab C++ Math Library 1.0.6196.37078 is available!

Matlab C++ Math Library 2.1 (Win32)

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Plug-in icon MatlabCppMathLibrary.zip (Date: 2016.12.19; File size: 8.66 MB) - 2059 downloads

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This is open-source project developed by Viacheslav N. Mezentsev (viacheslavmezentsev@gmail.com). Sources can be found at https://smath.info/svn/public/plugins/MatlabCppMathLibrary/.


Functions list (blue color - implemented):

General Purpose Commands

Managing Variables: format(), load(), save().

Operators and Special Functions

Arithmetic Operator Functions: kron(), minus(), mldivide(), mpower(), mrdivide(), mtimes(), plus(), power(), rdivide(), times(), unaryminus().

Relational Operator Functions: mweq(), mwge(), mwgt(), mwle(), mwlt(), mwneq().

Logical Operator Functions: mwall(), mwand(), mwany(), mwnot(), mwor(), mwxor().

Set Operators: intersect(), ismember(), setdiff(), setxor(), union(), unique().

Special Operator Functions: colon(), ctranspose(), end(), horzcat(), transpose(), vertcat().

Logical Functions: mwfind(), finite(), ischar(), isempty(), isfinite(), isieee(), isequal(), isinf(), isletter(), islogical(), isnan(), isreal(), isspace(), isstr(), isstudent(), isunix(), isvms(), logical(), tobool().

Bitwise Functions: mwbitand(), mwbitcmp(), bitget(), bitmax(), mwbitor(), bitset(), bitshift(), mwbitxor().

MATLAB as a Programming Language: feval(), lasterr(), mfilename(), nargchk(), xyzchk().

Message Display: error(), warning().

Elementary Matrices and Matrix Manipulation

Elementary Matrices: mweye(), linspace(), logspace(), meshgrid(), mwones(), mwrand(), mwrandn(), mwzeros().

Basic Array Information: disp(), isempty(), isequal(), islogical(), isnumeric(), length(), logical(), ndims(), mwsize().

Matrix Manipulation: cat(), diag(), fliplr(), flipud(), ipermute(), permute(), repmat(), reshape(), mwrot90(), shiftdim(), mwtril(), mwtriu().

Special Constants: computer, eps, flops, inf, nan, pi, realmax, realmin.

Specialized Matrices: compan(), hadamard(), hankel(), hilb(), invhilb(), magic(), pascal(), rosser(), toeplitz(), vander(), wilkinson().

Elementary Math Functions

Trigonometric Functions: mwacos(), mwacosh(), mwacot(), mwacoth(), mwacsc(), mwacsch(), mwasec(), mwasech(), mwasin(), mwasinh(), mwatan(), mwatan2(), mwatanh(), mwcos(), mwcosh(), mwcot(), mwcoth(), mwcsc(), mwcsch(), mwsec(), mwsech(), mwsin(), mwsinh(), mwtan(), mwtanh().

Exponential Functions: mwexp(), mwlog(), log10(), log2(), mwnextpow2(), pow2(), reallog(), reallog10(), realpow(), realsqrt(), mwsqrt().

Complex Functions: mwabs(), mwangle(), mwconj(), cplxpair(), mwimag(), isreal(), mwreal(), unwrap().

Rounding and Remainder Functions: mwceil(), mwfix(), mwfloor(), mwmod(), mwrem(), mwround(), mwsign().

Specialized Math Functions: mwbeta(), mwbetainc(), mwbetaln(), cross(), ellipj(), ellipke(), erf(), erfc(), erfcx(), erfinv(), mwexpint(), gamma(), gammainc(), gammaln(), legendre(), mwbesseli(), mwbesselj(), mwbesselk(), mwbesselh(), mwbessely().

Number Theoretic Functions: mwfactor(), gcd(), mwisprime(), lcm(), nchoosek(), perms(), mwprimes(), rat(), rats().

Coordinate System Transforms: mwcart2pol(), mwcart2sph(), pol2cart(), sph2cart().

Numerical Linear Algebra: mwdet(), norm(), normest(), null(), orth(), rank(), rcond(), rref(), subspace(), mwtrace().

Linear Equations: mwchol(), cond(), condest(), inv(), lscov(), lu(), nnls(), pinv(), qr().

Eigenvalues and Singular Values: condeig(), eig(), hess(), poly(), polyeig(), qz(), schur(), mwsvd().

Matrix Functions: mwexpm(), funm(), mwlogm(), mwsqrtm().

Factorization Utilities: mwbalance(), cdf2rdf(), planerot(), qrdelete(), qrinsert(), rsf2csf().

Data Analysis and Fourier Transform Functions

Basic Operations: cumprod(), cumsum(), cumtrapz(), max(), mwmean(), mwmedian(), min(), prod(), sort(), sortrows(), mwstd(), mwsum(), trapz().

Finite Differences: del2(), diff(), gradient().

Correlation: mwcorrcoef(), mwcov(), subspace().

Filtering and Convolution: mwconv(), mwconv2(), deconv(), filter(), filter2().

Fourier Transforms:mwfft(), mwfft2(), fftn(), mwfftshift(), mwifftshift(), mwifft(), mwifft2(), ifftn().

Sound and Audio: freqspace(), lin2mu(), mu2lin().

Polynomial and Interpolation Functions

Data Interpolation: griddata(), icubic(), interp1(), interp1q(), interp2(), interpft().

Spline Interpolation: ppval(), spline().

Geometric Analysis: inpolygon(), polyarea(), rectint().

Polynomials: mwconv(), deconv(), mkpp(), poly(), polyder(), polyfit(), polyval(), polyvalm(), residue(), resi2(), mwroots(), unmkpp().

Function Functions and ODE Solvers

Optimization and Root Finding: fmin(), fmins(), foptions(), fzero(), optimget(), optimset().

Numerical Integration (quadrature): dblquad(), mquad(), quad8().

Ordinary Differential Equation Solvers: mwode23(), mwode45(), mwode113(), mwode15s(), mwode23s().

ODE Option Handling: odeget(), odeset().

Character String Functions

General: blanks(), char(), deblank(), double(), str2mat().

String Tests: ischar(), isletter(), isspace().

String Operations: findstr(), lower(), strcat(), strcmp(), strcmpi(), strjust(), strmatch(), strncmp(), strncmpi(), strrep(), strtok(), strvcat(), upper().

Base Number Conversion: base2dec(), bin2dec(), dec2base(), dec2bin(), dec2hex(), hex2dec(), hex2num().

String to Number Conversion: int2str(), mat2str(), num2str(), sprintf(), sscanf(), str2double(), str2num().

File I/O Functions

File Opening and Closing: fclose(), fopen().

File Positioning: feof(), ferror(), frewind(), fseek(), ftell().

Formatted I/O: fgetl(), fgets(), mwfprintf(), mwfscanf().

Binary File I/O: fread(), fwrite().

String Conversion: sprintf(), sscanf().

File Import/Export Functions: load(), save().

Data Types

Data Types: char(), double().

Object Functions: classname(), isa().

Time and Dates

Current Date and Time: clock(), date(), now().

Basic Functions: datenum(), datestr(), datevec().




mw prefix means: Matlab Workspace or MathWorks.

Edited by user 09 March 2017 20:06:23(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#2 Posted : 19 August 2013 01:41:11(UTC)
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Works for me. Does that imply that any matlab function could be used by SMath? Any chance for interactive plots? Ok, I know: Not so fast...
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#3 Posted : 19 August 2013 05:09:58(UTC)
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Any chance for interactive plots?

Chapter 25. MATLAB C/C++ Graphics Library 2.1 Release Notes

Using this library, in conjunction with the MATLAB Compiler and the MATLAB C/C++ Math Library, you can create stand-alone applications from M-files that use lines, text, meshes, and polygons as well as interactive visual interface components such as menus, push buttons, and dialog boxes.

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Note. You must use the MATLAB Compiler to create C or C++ stand-alone graphics applications. Calling MATLAB C/C++ Graphics Library routines directly from a C or C++ source module is not supported.

So, the answer is no.

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Does that imply that any matlab function could be used by SMath?

I added a list of the available functions (MATLAB C++ Math Library. Reference. Version 2.pdf). Most of them, I think, can be used. The library has functions to solve the ODE: ode45, ode23, ode113, ode15s, ode23s.
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#4 Posted : 19 August 2013 18:47:38(UTC)
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It seems it works for me as well Good

By the way, I do not have Matlab installed, just followed the instructions and I could see and use the four mentioned function in SMath from the starting post (mw...). Not quite sure how this could be used without Matlab, but never mind - just wanted to try it on Good .

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[EDIT] Did not understand what uni said about ODE: ode45, ode23, ode113, ode15s, ode23s Umnik ?

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#5 Posted : 19 August 2013 18:52:31(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: uni Go to Quoted Post

I added a list of the available functions (MATLAB C++ Math Library. Reference. Version 2.pdf). Most of them, I think, can be used. The library has functions to solve the ODE: ode45, ode23, ode113, ode15s, ode23s.

That sounds good. However, I don't know if any of these solvers has advantages over what we already have in various plugins.
How about the function find or fscanf?

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#6 Posted : 20 August 2013 09:12:17(UTC)
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Updated. mwfind(1) added.

Radovan, this Math Library was created precisely in order to use the Matlab without Matlab.

There is one big problem when using functions from the library. The function can have a different number and different type parameters. Furthermore, a different number of the output data. SMath Studio doesn't support such features. I asked Andrew to think about it.

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Very nice. The real fun with find() comes if you can have matrix valued operands and results in boolean expressions. As these cannot be matrix-valued in
SMath, we at least need the matrix sign function. Uni, could you please add this?
In order to find all elements in M less then a number a, you would write in Matlab:
find(M<a), whereas in SMath that would look like mwfind(mwsign(a-M)+1)
Not really nice and comprehensible (the expression may well be wrong), but no loop required.
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#8 Posted : 20 August 2013 10:41:16(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: uni Go to Quoted Post
Furthermore, a different number of the output data. SMath Studio doesn't support such features. I asked Andrew to think about it.

For the output parameters, an option would be to use embedded assignment, just like in Davide's findroot function. This is very transparant and handy. You would have an optional argument, being a vector of name=key pairs, where name is a variable name and key is an result item key. Your example then would look like

mwfind(mat(1,2,0,3,2,2),mat(I≡Index1,J≡Index2,V≡Values,3,1))
Of course, there are open questions: What should the return value be? Are there side effects of embedded assignments in nested expressions?
For providing optional input arguments, this would be an option as well. That would look a bit Python-like.

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#9 Posted : 20 August 2013 11:08:47(UTC)
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Updated. mwfind(1) added.

Radovan, this Math Library was created precisely in order to use the Matlab without Matlab.

There is one big problem when using functions from the library. The function can have a different number and different type parameters. Furthermore, a different number of the output data. SMath Studio doesn't support such features. I asked Andrew to think about it.

If I understood well all of this, these mw... functions will be introduced gradually into SMath, as soon as these and similar problems would be solved in SMath. Was I right about it?

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#10 Posted : 20 August 2013 13:35:25(UTC)
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Updated. mwsign(1), mweq(2), mwge(2), mwgt(2), mwle(2), mwlt(2), mwneq(2) added.

Relational operations (Reference, p. 32).

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Thank you uni. It seems I was right Acute

By the way, the second argument does not need to be a matrix. Scalar will do the job as well Good

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Updated. mwfprintf(4), mwfscanf(3), mwfscanf(4).

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By the way, the second argument does not need to be a matrix. Scalar will do the job as well


Yes, but it's an undocumented feature. The function takes a matrix as a parameter.

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Updated. mwode45(5), mwode23(5), mwode113(5), mwode15s(5), mwode23s(5) added.

mwode45(5) - (init, x1, x2, intvls, D) solve non-stiff differential equations, medium order method.
mwode23(5) - (init, x1, x2, intvls, D) solve non-stiff differential equations, low order method.
mwode113(5) - (init, x1, x2, intvls, D) solve non-stiff differential equations, variable order method.

mwode15s(5) - (init, x1, x2, intvls, D) solve stiff differential equations and DAEs, variable order method.
mwode23s(5) - (init, x1, x2, intvls, D) solve stiff differential equations, low order method.



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Updated. mwfprintf(4), mwfscanf(3), mwfscanf(4).
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By the way, the second argument does not need to be a matrix. Scalar will do the job as well

Yes, but it's an undocumented feature. The function takes a matrix as a parameter.

Now it is documented, but perhaps not officially supported ;-) Is there any chance to overload the operators? Do they have internal functions that could be overwritten?

Also, thanks for the file ops. Writing of strings is not supported so far?

I fail to read the datafile even if I remove the first line with the column titles. Would be interesting to see what performance we get.

One remark to function naming: This is of course entirely in the souvereignity of the plugin creator. Still I would make some recommendations, driven by
the objective, to make an SMath document as much math-on-paper like as opposed to program code.
- I'd recommend to shift the information on the function's origin from name prefixes like dn_, al_, mw... towards the dynamic assistant help string, much like it is done for the efi-loaded libraries.
- If a function is first or best in providing some feature (which quite frequently happens in your plugins), then please give it an intuitive generic name, perhaps with capital first character in order to indicate it as plugin-based. Example: dn_LinAlgEigenvalues() could well be Eigenvalues().
- technical information on which function actually is doing the job, might be shifted to the description string.
Surely, this all is a matter of taste and perhaps it is quickest, not to waste time on naming strategies. Either way, I try to keep up with documenting.




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Updated. Now the installer is located within the plugin.

I'll remove all of the prefixes, when Andrey will support the functions with the different types of parameters.

In MATLAB all the parameters are of type matrix. Inside the plugin takes place an implicit conversion to a type of matrix if you use a scalar. Therefore, for example, for the function mwabs() the result is a vector (matrix). Special support for scalar parameters makes sense to do only when overloading will be realized.
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Thank you for considering to rename functions. I also would not mind 1x1 matrix results to be converted to scalars by default, even if that might be mathematically a bit sloppy. But perhaps someone can give an example where that would be harmful...
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I would like to point the user to the environment variable editor using the command line

"C:\Windows\system32\rundll32" sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables

in the plugin handbook page.
but I have no idea how that can be made a link target in the hyperlink region (due to the " signs in the link). Davide, any idea?

An alternative would be that the installer tests for the presence of dll and path entry and adds the entry if required.
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I would like to point the user to the environment variable editor using the command line

"C:\Windows\system32\rundll32" sysdm.cpl,EditEnvironmentVariables

in the plugin handbook page.
but I have no idea how that can be made a link target in the hyperlink region (due to the " signs in the link). Davide, any idea?


This require to use an overload of the function that I've used inside the hyperlink region; I need to think how to unlock the feature without compromising those already existing....

P.S. I'm not sure that this command works after windows XP
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P.S. I'm not sure that this command works after windows XP

I am using Win7 and got the command line from the program manager after clicking through the system control hierarchy. Faster is to locate the dialog via search for "Umg", german for "env".

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Updated. Now the installer is located within the plugin.

There is an user interaction issue. After updating the plugin and re-starting smath,
the installer dialog pops up and offers installation. You are also informed that you do not need installation if you already have the runtime environment installed. In this case it is natural that the user chooses [Cancel]. Then, however, the dialog pops up every time you launch smath.

If you choose [Install] even if you know that nothing needs to be installed, then suddenly the installer gets aware of that and just finishes and no more messages appear on start-up.

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