I’m afraid it’s not that simple and certainly requires C knowledge.
MEX files are C files that use Matlab libraries to communicate with the Matlab engine, namely for the input/output. The header you are missing is the one that declares those Matlab libraries.
Basically to use it in Python you would have to rip out the mexFunction() function and replace it with an equivalent Cyton function.
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