MATLAB memory limitations.
If the OUT OF MEMORY error message is encountered, there is
no more room in memory for new variables. You must free up
some space before you may proceed. One way to free up space
is to delete some variables (see CLEAR ). Another is to
issue the command PACK (See PACK ). PACK compresses the data
in memory, opening up larger contiguous blocks.
Here are some additional system specific tips:
MS-Windows: Increase the swap space by opening the Control
Panel, double-clicking on the 386 Enhanced icon,
and pressing the Virtual Memory button.
Macintosh: Under Multi-Finder, change the application memory
size by using 'Get Info' on the program icon.
Under Single-Finder, install more memory.
VAX/VMS: Ask your system manager to increase your Working Set.
Unix: Ask your system manager to increase your Swap Space.