Learning to Program With MATLAB

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/9/2013
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

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Author Craig Lent's 1st edition of Learning to Program with MATLAB: Building GUI Tools teaches the core concepts of computer programming, such as arrays, loops, function, basic data structures, etc., using MATLAB. The text has a focus on the fundamentals of programming and builds up to an emphasis on GUI tools, covering text-based programs first, then programs that produce graphics. This creates a visual expression of the underlying mathematics of a problem or design. Brief and to-the-point, the text includes material that can be converted with supplementary reference material designed to entice users to retain their copy.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting Started

Chapter 2: Strings and Vectors

Chapter 3: Plotting

Chapter 4: Matrices

Chapter 5: Control Flow Commands

Chapter 6: Animation

Chapter 7: Writing Your Own MATLAB Functions

Chapter 8: More MATLAB Data Classes and Structures

Chapter 9: Building a Graphical User Interface

Chapter 10: Transferring a MATLAB Program into a GUI Tool

Chapter 11: GUI Components

Chapter 12: More GUI Techniques

Chapter 13: More Graphics

Chapter 14: More Mathematics

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