How to Run the Same MATLAB Code Through Two Laptops?
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I have a large data and my laptop takes probably a week to finish one run of my code. I'm thinking to reduce the amount of time by connecting my laptop with another one and use them both to run the same MATLAB code. Is this even possible?
Walter Roberson 2022 年 4 月 14 日
編集済み: Edric Ellis 2022 年 4 月 14 日
If your code is designed to use Parallel Computing Toolbox, then you can distribute workers between multiple nodes or hosts. However this requires a MATLAB Parallel Server license. That toolbox is not available to Student licenses, and is moderately expensive for Standard licenses (but might be affordable for Academic licenses.)
If you were using Mac or Linux then you could potentially use ssh from one host to invoke matlab on the remote system, and give it a chunk of work to do.
If you were using Windows, then it just might be be possible to use the MATLAB Engine interface together with COM objects to request remote execution. MathWorks documentation about the execution engine does not list that as a possibility for Windows.
... Execution Engine for Mac and Linux does specifically say that you can request remote execution using that interface.