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HDL Code Generation 2D-matrices

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Yu Chen
Yu Chen on 30 Jan 2018
Edited: Yu Chen on 26 Feb 2018
I have a question to ask, my input is 4 images mixed 4x200000 matrix and a 4x4 matrix, to do matrix multiplication. It told me "HDL Code generation does not support 2D-matrices as function inputs." How can I change it?

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Tim McBrayer
Tim McBrayer on 30 Jan 2018
The only current way to do this is by implementing your own matrix multiplication. You will need 200000 * 4 * 4 = 3200000 multiplications to compute this matrix product, so I would not suggest a fully parallel approach. You could use the HDL multiply-accumulate block or the dot product block to compute each output value, and implement selection logic to feed the single-pixel compute core the correct set of vector inputs from your data source.

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Yu Chen
Yu Chen on 23 Feb 2018
Sorry, I probably have this concept, but in this part should I change from code or do I have to call a converter out?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 23 Feb 2018
Is your code written in MATLAB, or are you using Simulink? If you are using Simulink then there are blocks you can call to serialize and deserialize; in particular there is the Vision HDL blocks .
Yu Chen
Yu Chen on 26 Feb 2018
My code is written in Matlab,can I not use blocks? Because I do not quite understand that teaching website, its block image is very vague.Currently I am having problems in this section, "set target interface".

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