Sure, Its possible to provide command line arguments with "inspxe-cl" , I would like to help you with a small example :-
sh-4.2# /mnt/sukruth/inspector_2013_for_systems/bin32/inspxe-cl -c mi3 -r result@@@ -- ./tachyon.find_and_fix_memory_errors dat/simpleballs.dat
Note: using generic X11 with default visual for 24-bit color depth
Scene contains 8 bounded objects.
CPU Time: 24.399 seconds.
Intel(R) Inspector Command Line tool
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Here you could see that i have given the command line argument "dat/simpleballs.dat" as one of the argument just providing an space with the binary that you want to inspect.
Please do let me know if you need any further information on this.
Sukruth H V