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How to convert code using Image Processing Tool Box to Java for the use of Android?

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krishna sravani
krishna sravani on 1 Mar 2017
I have written code in Matlab using Image Processing Toolbox for the purpose of compression technique...Now I want to know any procedure of converting it into Java Package for Android use.How to package it and deploy it??Thanks in advance for any help..

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Subin Kuttappan Stellal Mary
One way to achieve this is by following the below steps :
1. Convert the MATLAB code that you have written into C code. This can be achieved by using MATLAB Coder toolbox.
Note: The in-built MATLAB functions used in your code must be supported for C/C++ code generation. For the list of MATLAB functions that are supported for code generation, refer this link .
2. Build this C code to a .so library.
3. Create a new Android project in Android Studio . From the base JAVA code of the sample application, call the C functions present in the .so file through JNI(Java Native Interface).
For more details on JNI, refer this and this .

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