Programming Fundamentals Using MATLAB
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Programming Fundamentals Using MATLAB

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Mixed media product 550 Pages / Published: 30/06/2020
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This book covers the MATLAB syntax and the environment suitable for someone with no programming background. The first four chapters present information on basic MATLAB programming including computing terminology, MATLAB specific syntax and control structures, operators, arrays and matrices. The next cluster covers grouping data, working with files, making images, creating graphical user interfaces, experimenting with sound, and the debugging environment. The final three chapters contain case studies on using MATLAB and other tools and devices (e.g., Arduino, Linux, Git, Mex, etc.) important for basic programming knowledge. Companion files with code and 4 color figures are on the disc or available from the publisher.

Features:
Covers the MATLAB syntax and the environment, suitable for someone with no programming backgroundNumerous examples, projects, and practical applications enhance understanding of subjects under discussion with over 100 MATLAB scripts and functionsIncludes companion files with code and 4 color figures from the text (on the disc or available from the publisher)

Publisher: Mercury Learning & Information
ISBN: 9781683925552
Number of pages: 550
Dimensions: 229 x 178 mm

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