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With a hands-on approach and focus on problem solving, this introduction to Matlab uses examples drawn from a range of engineering disciplines to demonstrate Matlabrs"s applications to a broad variety of problems.Encourages readers to type in examples as they go for immediate application of techniques presented. Includes numerous broad-based examples embedded in the text, practice exercises with solutions, and hints related to commonly encountered problems. Introduces m-files early in the text to make it easier for readers to save their work and develop a consistent programming strategy.For those interested in learning Matlab.
Table of Contents
|Previous edition TOC|
|An Introduction to Basic Matlab Skills|
|What is Matlab?|
|Student Edition of Matlab|
|How is Matlab used in Industry?|
|Problem Solving in Engineering and Science|
|Current Directory Window|
|Solving Problems with Matlab|
|Matrices in Matlab|
|Order of Operation|
|Saving Your Work|
|Built-in Matlab Functions|
|Using Built-in Functions|
|Using the Help Feature|
|Elementary Math Functions|
|Data Analysis Functions|
|Maximum and Minimum|
|Mean and Median|
|Sums and Products|
|Determining Matrix Size|
|Variance and Standard Deviation|
|Uniform Random Numbers|
|Gaussian Random Numbers|
|Special Values and Miscellaneous Functions|
|Manipulating Matlab Matrices|
|Using the Colon Operator|
|Problems with Two Variables|
|Matrix of Zeros|
|Matrix of Ones|
|Two Dimensional Plots|
|Line, Color and Mark Style|
|Axis Scaling and Annotating Plots|
|Other Types of Two Dimensional Plots|
|Bar Graphs and Pie Charts|
|X-Y Graphs with two Y Axes|
|Three Dimensional Plotting|
|Three Dimensional Line Plot|
|Editing Plots from the Menu Bar|
|Creating Plots from the Workspace Window|
|Saving Your Plots|
|Programming in Matlab|
|Creating Function M-files|
|Functions with Multiple Inputs and Outputs|
|Functions with No input or no outputs|
|Determining the number of input and output arguments|
|Accessing M-file Code|
|Creating Your Own Tool Box of Functions|
|User Controlled Input and Output|
|User Defined Input|
|Formatted Output (fprintf)|
|Using Cell Mode in Matlab M-files|
|Reading and Writing Data From Files|
|Logical Functions and Control Structures|
|Relational and Logical Operators|
|Flow Charts and Pseudo-Code|
|Flow Charting and Pseudo Code for Find Commands|
|The Simple if|
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