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Multiple Parallel Jobs on Server
You say that "main.m" script uses 4 cores to do parallel computing. I presume this means that it contains a parfor loop. One way...

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parfor treats variable as function
This is a limitation of parfor. The documentation here describes the principle reason, but doesn't quite show an example exactly...

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How can I make more efficient use of parallel workers?
A couple of suggestions: you could consider using DataQueue rather than writing files to track progress on the workers. Yes, it ...

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Passing composite variable to mex file
Unfortunately, there is no way to access the elements of a Composite from a MEX file. Is there any way you could run the MEX fil...

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Move from parfor to parfeval?
To run using parfeval, you basically need to pull out the body of your parfor loop into a function, something like this: cellli...

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Force CPU Parallel pool
There's no direct way to specify this using trainingOptions, but what you can do is disable the GPUs on the workers by running t...

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How to use libpointer inside parfor loop?
I think you should be able to do this using parallel.pool.Constant. I think you might need 2 of them in fact - one to manage the...

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Parfeval, Backgroundpool and Webread
Unfortunately, as you suspect, right now the only way to do this is to use a process pool via parpool('local') or similar.

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How to specify GPU devices for parallel computing using "parfor"?
The documentation here describes how you might do this in general. Things get a little more complicated if you want to run more ...

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pass Python object as argument to function in "parfeval"
One of the limitations of the MATLAB->Python support is that Python objects cannot be serialized. parfeval (and other parallel c...

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decomposition in parfor failure
Unfortunately, I think you're hitting the sort of problem that was mentioned in this answer to the question you linked to - the ...

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How can an infinitely running worker be gracefully terminated?
The simplest way to fix this is to use onCleanup to ensure that your fclose statement is executed. This is good practice anyway,...

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How exactly does MATLAB calculate a sum of array elements by its sum() function? Does it use any compensated summation algorithm such as Kahan?
The outtype parameter to sum controls the numeric type used for summation, described in the doc. The default is that sum on sing...

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How to slice these variables?
I think what you're trying to do is something like this, which doesn't work: N = 4; out = zeros(N, 3); try parfor idx = ...

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How to store 2D arrays in a for loop inside a parfor loop?
I think you can do this simply by essentially "reshaping" the problem to satisfy the parfor requirement that the index expressio...

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Passing a Global Variable to arrayfun for gpuArray
You can do this by using a nested function and variables in the containing parent workspace instead of global variables. Here's ...

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Parallel pool constant with a parfor and for loop
Yes, parallel.pool.Constant is generally most useful when there are multiple parfor loops. (There are other use-cases such as wh...

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How do I use SatelliteScenario Groundstation objects inside of a Parallel Computing Toolbox parfor loop
Thanks for reporting this problem. You can work around this for now like so: fetchOutputs(parfevalOnAll(@() delete(figure), 0))...

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How to create interleaved complex from real gpuArray in mex?
Yes, complex mxGPUArray data is always stored in interleaved-complex format, see this doc page for details.

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Fill structure in parallel loop
The main constraint here is the parfor "sliced output" requirement. Basically you cannot directly update a single struct using p...

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How can i use GPU Computing for Besselk & Besseli function and integral ?
Unfortunately, the Bessel functions are not yet supported on the GPU, so there is no straightforward workaround for this part. I...

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parallel processing for readtable function
You've manually disabled the AutoCreate for parallel pools - I presume you're manually creating a pool with a separate parpool s...

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How to limit the usage of GPU to only one parallel worker?
You could perhaps do something like this. This assumes your code is running in a parallel pool, and that you have only 1 GPU. s...

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Error: Unable to classify a variable in the body of the parfor - loop
This doesn't work as written because the indexing form into pos doesn't meet the requirements for a "sliced" variable. The simpl...

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Shared variable / memory usage / parfor
The workers in a "local" parallel pool (the default) are separate processes. Therefore each worker process must have a complete ...

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What's the proper way to handle GPU related matlab functions in a compiled app that might run on a computer without a supported GPU
You can use canUseGpu to check if a GPU is available. If one is not, then your code needs to not create any gpuArray data.

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Parfor loop with 4 workers is more than 4 times faster than the for loop, how is it possible?
Without seeing some code that demonstrates this, we can only speculate. One possibility is that the code transformations require...

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Matlab parfor uses fewer cores than the allocated number of cores
I bet your parallel pool is timing-out in between your parfor loops. It then gets auto-created with size 12, as that is the defa...

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How to use parpool worker again, after it times out?
As @Walter Roberson says, if the wait call times out and you don't want the result, you must use cancel to stop execution. So yo...

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Having the error , " the parfor loop cannot run due to the way variable is used".
The parfor implementation thinks you're doing something order-dependent involving a (and b). Here's an example with a similar er...

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