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Mastering MATLAB

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Summary

Mastering MATLAB 8covers the essential aspects of MATLAB presented in an easy- to-follow "learn while doing" tutorial format. It is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate courses in MATLAB, as a reference in courses where MATLAB is used,  or as a self-study reference.

Author Biography

Dr. Duane Hanselman earned his Ph.D. And MSEE from the University of Illinois. He earned his BSEE from Michigan State University. Currently an Associate Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Maine, Dr. Hanselman has taught a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate classes including introductory circuits, signals and linear systems, control systems, signal processing, electromagnetics, power electronics, electromechanical energy conversion, and numerical methods.

Dr. Hanselman is a leading expert in the design of brushless permanent magnet motors, i.e., brushless DC motors and PM synchronous motors. He provides consulting to a wide variety of companies and has served as an expert witness for patent infringement lawsuits and various insurance and civil suits. In addition, Dr. Hanselman has presented numerous short courses on the design of brushless permanent magnet motors.

Dr. Hanselman has published numerous books, including the Mastering MATLAB series of texts and two editions of Brushless Permanent Magnet Motor Design.

Table of Contents

1 Getting Started 1

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Typographical Conventions 1

1.3 What’s New in MATLAB 2

1.4 What’s in Mastering MATLAB 2

 

2 Basic Features 4

2.1 Simple Math 4

2.2 The MATLAB Workspace 6

2.3 About Variables 7

2.4 Comments, Punctuation, and Aborting Execution 10

2.5 Complex Numbers 12

2.6 Floating-Point Arithmetic 14

2.7 Mathematical Functions 16

 

3 The MATLAB Desktop 22

3.1 MATLAB Windows 22

3.2 Managing the MATLAB Workspace 23

3.3 Memory Management 27

3.4 Number Display Formats 27

3.5 System Information 28

3.6 The MATLAB Search Path 30

 

4 Script M-files 31

4.1 Script M-file Use 31

4.2 Block Comments and Code Cells 35

4.3 Setting Execution Time 37

4.4 Startup and Finish 38

 

5 Arrays and Array Operations 40

5.1 Simple Arrays 40

5.2 Array Addressing or Indexing 41

5.3 Array Construction 43

5.4 Array Orientation 46

5.5 Scalar—Array Mathematics 50

5.6 Array—Array Mathematics 50

5.7 Standard Arrays 57

5.8 Array Manipulation 61

5.9 Array Sorting 76

5.10 Subarray Searching 79

5.11 Array-Manipulation Functions 86

5.12 Array Size 92

5.13 Arrays and Memory Utilization 95

 

6 Multidimensional Arrays 101

6.1 Array Construction 101

6.2 Array Mathematics and Manipulation 105

6.3 Array Size 116

 

7 Numeric Data Types 119

7.1 Integer Data Types 119

7.2 Floating-Point Data Types 125

7.3 Summary 127

 

8 Cell Arrays and Structures 129

8.1 Cell Array Creation 130

8.2 Cell Array Manipulation 133

8.3 Retrieving Cell Array Content 135

8.4 Comma-Separated Lists 139

8.5 Cell Functions 143

8.6 Cell Arrays of Strings 146

8.7 Structure Creation 148

8.8 Structure Manipulation 153

8.9 Retrieving Structure Content 155

8.10 Comma-Separated Lists (Again) 157

8.11 Structure Functions 160

8.12 Summary 164

 

9 Character Strings 165

9.1 String Construction 165

9.2 Numbers to Strings to Numbers 171

9.3 String Evaluation 178

9.4 String Functions 179

9.5 Cell Arrays of Strings 183

9.6 Searching Using Regular Expressions 187

 

10 Relational and Logical Operations 195

10.1 Relational Operators 195

10.2 Logical Operators 199

10.3 Operator Precedence 200

10.4 Relational and Logical Functions 201

10.5 NaNs and Empty Arrays 204

 

11 Control Flow 208

11.1 For Loops 208

11.2 While Loops 214

11.3 If-Else-End Constructions 215

11.4 Switch-Case Constructions 218

11.5 Try-Catch Blocks 220

 

12 Functions 223

12.1 M-file Function Construction Rules 224

12.2 Input and Output Arguments 229

12.3 Function Workspaces 232

12.4 Functions and the MATLAB Search Path 236

12.5 Creating Your Own Toolbox 239

12.6 Command—Function Duality 240

12.7 Function Handles and Anonymous Functions 247

12.8 Nested Functions 247

12.9 Debugging M-files 251

12.10 Syntax Checking and File Dependencies 253

12.11 Profiling M-files 254

 

13 File and Directory Management 256

13.1 Native Data Files 256

13.2 Data Import and Export 259

13.3 Low-Level File I/O 263

13.4 Directory Management 265

13.5 File Archives and Compression 269

13.6 Internet File Operations 270

 

14 Set, Bit, and Base Functions 273

14.1 Set Functions 273

14.2 Bit Functions 278

14.3 Base Conversions 279

 

15 Time Computations 281

15.1 Current Date and Time 281

15.2 Date Format Conversions 282

15.3 Date Functions 288

15.4 Timing Functions 290

15.5 Plot Labels 291

 

16 Matrix Algebra 294

16.1 Sets of Linear Equations 294

16.2 Matrix Functions 299

16.3 Special Matrices 301

16.4 Sparse Matrices 302

16.5 Sparse Matrix Functions 304

 

17 Data Analysis 307

17.1 Basic Statistical Analysis 307

17.2 Basic Data Analysis 321

17.3 Data Analysis and Statistical Functions 327

17.4 Time Series Analysis 328

 

18 Data Interpolation 332

18.1 One-Dimensional Interpolation 332

18.2 Two-Dimensional Interpolation 337

18.3 Triangulation and Scattered Data 341

18.4 Summary 349

 

19 Polynomials 351

19.1 Roots 351

19.2 Multiplication 352

19.3 Addition 352

19.4 Division 354

19.5 Derivatives and Integrals 355

19.6 Evaluation 356

19.7 Rational Polynomials 356

19.8 Curve Fitting 359

19.9 Polynomial Functions 362

 

20 Cubic Splines 363

20.1 Basic Features 363

20.2 Piecewise Polynomials 364

20.3 Cubic Hermite Polynomials 367

20.4 Integration 369

20.5 Differentiation 372

20.6 Spline Interpolation on a Plane 373

 

21 Fourier Analysis 377

21.1 Discrete Fourier Transform 377

21.2 Fourier Series 381

 

22 Optimization 386

22.1 Zero Finding 386

22.2 Minimization in One Dimension 391

22.3 Minimization in Higher Dimensions 393

22.4 Practical Issues 396

 

23 Integration and Differentiation 398

23.1 Integration 398

23.2 Differentiation 404

 

24 Differential Equations 411

24.1 IVP Format 411

24.2 ODE Suite Solvers 412

24.3 Basic Use 413

24.4 Setting Options 417

24.5 BVPs, PDEs, and DDEs 425

 

25 Two-Dimensional Graphics 426

25.1 The plot Function 426

25.2 Linestyles, Markers, and Colors 428

25.3 Plot Grids, Axes Box, and Labels 430

25.4 Customizing Plot Axes 432

25.5 Multiple Plots 435

25.6 Multiple Figures 435

25.7 Subplots 437

25.8 Interactive Plotting Tools 438

25.9 Screen Updates 440

25.10 Specialized 2-D Plots 441

25.11 Easy Plotting 449

25.12 Text Formatting 451

25.13 Summary 453

 

26 Three-Dimensional Graphics 456

26.1 Line Plots 456

26.2 Scalar Functions of Two Variables 458

26.3 Mesh Plots 462

26.4 Surface Plots 465

26.5 Mesh and Surface Plots of Irregular Data 471

26.6 Changing Viewpoints 473

26.7 Camera Control 475

26.8 Contour Plots 476

26.9 Specialized 3-D Plots 478

26.10 Volume Visualization 482

26.11 Easy Plotting 489

26.12 Summary 491

 

27 Using Color and Light 495

27.1 Understanding Colormaps 495

27.2 Using Colormaps 497

27.3 Displaying Colormaps 498

27.4 Creating and Altering Colormaps 500

27.5 Using Color to Describe a Fourth Dimension 502

27.6 Transparency 505

27.7 Lighting Models 507

27.8 Summary 511

 

28 Images, Movies, and Sound 513

28.1 Images 513

28.2 Image Formats 515

28.3 Image Files 516

28.4 Movies 518

28.5 Movie Files 520

28.6 Sound 524

28.7 Summary 525

 

29 Printing and Exporting Graphics 527

29.1 Printing and Exporting Using Menus 528

29.2 Command Line Printing and Exporting 529

29.3 Printers and Export File Formats 530

29.4 PostScript Support 532

29.5 Choosing a Renderer 533

29.6 Handle Graphics Properties 534

29.7 Setting Defaults 536

29.8 Publishing 537

29.9 Summary 538

 

30 Handle Graphics 539

30.1 Objects 539

30.2 Object Handles 541

30.3 Object Properties 541

30.4 Get and Set 542

30.5 Finding Objects 550

30.6 Selecting Objects with the Mouse 552

30.7 Position and Units 553

30.8 Default Properties 556

30.9 Common Properties 559

30.10 Plot Objects 561

30.11 Group Objects 562

30.12 Annotation Axes 564

30.13 Linking Objects 565

30.14 New Plots 566

30.15 Callbacks 567

30.16 M-file Examples 568

30.17 Summary 575

 

31 MATLAB Classes and Object-Oriented Programming 579

31.1 Overloading 581

31.2 Class Creation 587

31.3 Subscripts 602

31.4 Converter Functions 613

31.5 Precedence, Inheritance, and Aggregation 614

31.6 Handle Classes 616

 

32 Examples, Examples, Examples 617

32.1 Vectorization 617

32.2 JIT/Acceleration 620

32.3 The Birthday Problem 620

32.4 Up—Down Sequence 625

32.5 Alternating Sequence Matrix 631

32.6 Vandermonde Matrix 636

32.7 Repeated Value Creation and Counting 639

32.8 Differential Sums 649

32.9 Structure Manipulation 657

32.10 Inverse Interpolation 660

32.11 Polynomial Curve Fitting 668

32.12 Nonlinear Curve Fitting 676

32.13 Circle Fitting 685

32.14 Laminar Fluid Flow in a Circular Pipe 690

32.15 Projectile Motion 696

32.16 Bode Plots 707

32.17 Inverse Laplace Transform 718

32.18 Picture-in-a-Picture Zoom 724

Appendix A MATLAB Release Information 731

Appendix B MATLAB Function Information 789

Index 835

 



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