MATLAB Primer

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  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • MATLAB Primer
  • Timothy A. Davis
  • English
  • 19 June 2017
  • 1584885238

About the Author: Timothy A. Davis

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MATLAB PrimerWith The Spread Of The Powerhouse MATLAB Software Into Nearly Every Area Of Math, Science, And Engineering, It Is Important To Have A Strong Introduction To Using The Software Updated For Version , MATLAB Primer, Seventh Edition Offers Such An Introduction As Well As A Pocketbook Reference For Everyday Users Of The Software It Offers An Intuitive Language For Expressing Problems And Solutions Both Numerically And Graphically The Latest Edition In This Best Selling Series, MATLAB Primer, Seventh Edition Incorporates A Number Of Enhancements Such As Changes To The Desktop, New Features For Developing M Files, The JIT Accelerator, And An Easier Way Of Importing Java Classes In Addition To The Features New To Version , This Book Includes A New Section On M Lint, The New Debugger For M FilesA New Chapter On Calling Java From MATLAB And Using Java Objects Inside The MATLAB WorkspaceA New Chapter On Calling Fortran From MATLABA New Chapter On Solving Equations Symbolic And Numeric Polynomials, Nonlinear Equations, And Differential EquationsA New Chapter On Cell Publishing, Which Replaces The Notebook Feature And Allows The Creation Of Word, LaTeX, PowerPoint, And HTML Documents With Executable MATLAB Commands And Their OutputsExpanded Graphics Coverage Including The D Parametrically Defined Seashells On The Front And Back Covers Whether You Are New To MATLAB, New To Version , Or Simply In Need Of A Hands On, To The Point Reference, MATLAB Primer Provides The Tools You Need In A Conveniently Sized, Economically Priced Pocketbook

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10 thoughts on “MATLAB Primer

  1. Russel says:

    I admit to having read through this skimmingly, but it was necessary I kept on encountering Matlab in Engineering and had to help people or myself in accomplishing things in it I liked that the book got to the point and didn t teach programming It taught Matlab and quickly That s what I enjoyed and needed.