What is the Toast++ Matlab toolbox?
The Toast++ toolbox is a Matlab interface to the functions in the Toast
libraries. It consists of
- MEX files which provide Matlab functions that link directly to Toast
- M files that provide additional high-level functionality making use
of Matlab numerics and visualisation routines.
- Application scripts which contain complete examples of forward and
inverse solvers for optical tomography reconstruction problems.
- Help files, examples and demos.
Matlab provides a development environment that allows rapid prototyping
and is better suited for development, debugging and visualisation than
the native Toast C++ code.
There are two interfaces for the toolbox provided with Toast++:
- The current interface makes use of Matlab class constructs for objects
such as meshes and basis mappers. Most of the Toast functionality is available via class methods.
- A legacy interface is retained for backward compatibility with existing Toast scripts. It exposes the Toast functionality via top-level functions.