|Subject:||Processing Large Memory arrays in Octave under WinXP 32bit|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Feb 2010 09:41:33 -0600|
I am new to Octave (and MatLab for that matter) and I am trying to evaluate if I can use Octave for a project on a WinXP Pro 32-bit system. I seem to be running out of memory when I try to run a m-file.
To simplify the troubleshooting I reduced the problem down to
a(3000,3000) = 0;
this gives an error: memory exhausted. I have 2.6Gb for physical memory.
Do I have any options? It would be easier for me to stay with the XP 32bit platform but XP 64-bit or Unix are possibilities.
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