To save as a strict .mat file (as opposed
to ascii, which I don’t think supports 3D matrices), you’re going
to have to link against matlab. There have been various posts recently on
this mailing list about how to do that.
However: Given the recent requests for
this, and the fact that I volunteered a while ago to do some matlab-vxl stuff,
I’m going to volunteer to write this over the weekend and submit
it. Can whoever said they had written a FindMatlab.cmake script please
send me a copy?
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Andrea Cutti
Sent: Monday, January
20, 2003 11:34 PM
Subject: [Vxl-users] 3D matrices
can someone help me with the following problem? J
I need to use 3D matrices (matrices with 3 indices),
like those in MATLAB. A predefined class in VNL doesn’t exist so
I’m using a vcl_vector of vnl_matrix.
Now the problem is that I would like to save these
vcl_vector of vnl_matrix in a *.mat file as three dimensional MATLAB matrices.
Can you suggest me how to do that? Do you have a more
efficient implementation of 3D matrices (average dimension: 50x50x2000 double)
Many many thanks