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How to Imply the Input Array Dimensions to MATLAB Coder

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Assuming I have a simple function in MATLAB:
function [ mG ] = ProcessImage( mI ) %#codegen
mG = edge(mI, 'Sobel', [], 'both');
Now, I want to generate a C code from it.
I also want the C code to work on any 2D Image mI. Yet I don't know the size on compile time. So in C it is solved by sending the dimensions of the array as parameters to the function. Something like:
function [ mG ] = ProcessImage( mI, numRows, numCols ) %#codegen
mG = edge(mI, 'Sobel', [], 'both');
Now, my question is, how can I tell MATLAB Coder to understand those parametters are the size of the input image?

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Denis Gurchenkov
Denis Gurchenkov il 17 Set 2019
The closest you can do, I think, is this:
codegen ProcessImage -args {coder.typeof(uint(0), [Inf Inf]) } -config:lib
This would generate ProcessImage.c that takes an unbounded 2-d array of uint8 as input. Coder would also generate main.c (in the examples folder) that shows how to allocate and initialize the data structure that ProcessImage.c takes as input.
From there, you can write a simple wrapper that takes a pointer and two sizes and produces the emxArray_uint8_T data structure that coder-generated code takes as input. You can set the "canFreeData" to false and then you don't need to copy the actual values, can just copy your pointer into the emx structure.
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Royi Avital
Royi Avital il 21 Apr 2020
I wish there was more elegant option. I want to generate a function with same signature as you'd do in pure C. So send few pointersa to arrays and integers to hint their dimensions.
Royi Avital
Royi Avital il 27 Mag 2020
Dennis, what about the case MATLAB coder doesn't infer the data dimensions correctly in the middle of the code. Is there a way to assist and tell it the data dimensions?

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