I currently have some image processing code on Matlab that I would
like to implement on the Beagleboard, I don't think it supports Matlab
though. Can anyone please tell me how to convert this to C code that
will work on the Beagle?
Thanks in advance
You may want to take a look at Octave. It is an open-source Matlab
clone which should run just fine on the BeagleBoard. Otherwise, I would
probably look into porting the code to Python using PIL. If this
doesn't suffice then you'd need to probably fall back to C which is no
different than writing C for any other platform.
Hhere are the first two links from a Google search for “matlab generate c code”.
A discussion about embedded Matlab:
and the MathWorks documentation:
Hope this helps.
You may find matlab code generation for Beagleboard at
As an example, it illustrate a random number geneartor written in Matlab was converted into C codes, build by the CodeSourcery cross-compiler and finally run at the Beagleboard
Is it possible that you update this link?