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HACK MATLAB R2017b [PC] [x64] With Serial



MATLAB offers implicit parallelism in the form of thread-parallel enabled functions. Since these processor cores, or threads, share a common memory, many MATLAB functions contain multithreading potential. Vector operations, the particular application or algorithm, and the amount of computation (array size) contribute to the determination of whether a function runs serially or with multithreading.




HACK MATLAB R2017b [PC] [x64] With Serial



When you know that you are coding a serial job but are unsure whether you are using thread-parallel enabled operations, run MATLAB with implicit parallelism turned off. Beginning with the R2009b, you can turn multithreading off by starting MATLAB with -singleCompThread:


The execution of a pool job starts with a worker executing the statements of the first serial region up to the parfor block, when it pauses. A set of workers (the pool) executes the parfor block. When they finish, the first worker resumes by executing the second serial region. The code displays the names of the compute nodes running the batch session and the worker pool.


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