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The MathWorks - MATLAB Demos  
This page contains demos of Matlab tools for DSP development. It includes demos of basic Matlab operations along with complicated ones.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The MathWorks: Developers of MATLAB, Simulink and Stateflow for Technical Computing  
The MathWorks develops technical computing software for engineers and scientists in industry and education. An extensive family of products, based on their products (MATLAB and Simulink), provides high-productivity tools for solving challenging mathematical, computational, and model-based technical problems.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Matlab DSP m-file Libraries  
Collections of DSP-related Matlab™ "m-files" which are available on the Internet.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Wolfram Research, Inc.  
The makers of Mathematica. From simple calculator operations to large-scale programming and interactive document preparation, Mathematica is the tool of choice at the frontiers of scientific research, in engineering analysis and modelling, in technical education from high school to graduate school, and wherever quantitative methods are used.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Rlab  
Rlab is an interactive, interpreted scientific programming environment. Rlab is a very high level language intended to provide fast prototyping and program development, as well as easy data-visualization and processing. Rlab is not a clone of languages such as those used by tools like Matlab or Matrix-X/Xmath. However, as Rlab focuses on creating a good experimental environment (or laboratory) in which to do matrix math, it can be called "Matlab-like", since the programming language possesses similar operators and concepts.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Welcome to MathSoft, Inc.  
MathSoft, Inc., is the provider of the broadest line of technical calculation and analytical software for business and academia. More than 1.3 million users worldwide rely on MathSoft's advanced calculation, analytical and graphing solutions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003



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