The Matlab Invocation Bindings (Version 2530) provide an interface to BRAHMS from the Matlab prompt. Typically, BRAHMS is invoked to run a System that has been built using the SystemML Matlab Bindings.
Comparison with 995
Binding 2530 moves to the classdef syntax offered by Matlab, and thus has a less clunky syntax. Specifically, the latter syntax in this example works under 2530, but not under 995.
M Source Code (against 2530)
2530 is a transitional binding and is entirely backwards compatible with 995 with one exception - since the objects
2530 is not suitable for use with Octave, at time of writing, since Octave does not support the "classdef" syntax for object-oriented design. If Octave has been upgraded to support this (this was under discussion in 2008), it may be worth trying.
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