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how to use .mex file in simulation for quanser qube servo?

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Joshi Kumar V
Joshi Kumar V on 4 Aug 2021
Commented: Joshi Kumar V on 4 Aug 2021
i would like to run an RLAgent on a Quanser Qube SERVO-2. Since the RLAgent included in the reinforcement learning toolbox is not supported by code generation it does not seem to be possible to upload that block as itself.
Instead i generated a .mex (matlab executable) file from the trained agent policy (.mat file). See:
How can i run the generated .mex file in my simulink model?
Thanks for any tips,
Best regards,
Joshi Kumar V

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 4 Aug 2021
There is no possibility that will work. MEX files require a full MATLAB runtime, either as an actual MATLAB or as the MCR (MATLAB Component Runtime.) MCR is only supported on platforms that MATLAB itself can run on -- which is currently only Intel x64 systems together with Mac M1 ARM-based systems.
If there is a way forward at all, you would have to generate standard C or C++ code instead of MEX .
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Joshi Kumar V
Joshi Kumar V on 4 Aug 2021
I have generated C/C++ code using Microsoft Visio 2019. Could you please elaborate on how to proceed?

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