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Introduction to Simulink Tutorial  
The objective of this tutorial is to acquaint the student with the basic tools needed to use the SIMULINK package. SIMULINK is an extension to MATLAB which uses a icon-driven interface for the construction of a block diagram representation of a process.
Submitted: Jun 26, 2002
Mechanical Engineering Problems with MATLAB  
Lecture notes from a sophomore mechanical engineering class at MIT. Aside from introductory information, the lectures are focused on using MATLAB to solve mechanical engineering problems.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
Introduction to MATLAB  
Introduction to MATLAB tutorial from Boston University.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
Getting Started with Simulink Demo Video  
This video demo gets you started with Simulink. It takes you through many key concepts in building and simulating a model. We will build up a model from scratch while taking you through a number of features of Simulink.
Submitted: Apr 14, 2008
MATLAB Basics Tutorial  
Provides examples on how to create vectors, matrices, functions, polynomials. Also includes sections on plotting and printing. Tutorial allows for users to view tutorial in one window while running MATLAB in another window.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
MATLAB Practise Excercises  
This page indexes a number of pages that can be used to test you skill at using MATLAB. Answers are available on request. In almost all cases, there is more than one way to solve a particular exercise. Some of the exercises presented here are taken (in modified form, usually) from the text, Essential MATLAB for Scientists and Engineers by BD Hahn, Arnold Publishing, 1997.
Submitted: Jun 26, 2002
MATLAB Programming Links @OneSmartClick.Com  
Site with many useful links for programming in MATLAB, C/C++, JAVA, JavaScript, Visual Basic, HTML/DHTML, perl, oracle etc.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
The Wavelet Digest  
Wavelets are interesting mathematical basis functions with applications to many areas of science and technology. The Wavelet Digest is a free electronic newsletter available to researchers with a standing interest in wavelets and their applications. Its primary role is to link together the wavelet community, which is extremely diverse.
Submitted: Mar 11, 2003
Getting Started with Matlab  
Basic information for new MATLAB users from Indiana University Bloomington.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
MATLAB Reference Pages  
These Web pages attempt to provide a concise on-line guide to using MATLAB. The information is organized in outline form to enable users to see the interelationship of topics. Most of the common MATLAB commands are demonstrated by example. Many of the MATLAB scripts, m-files and data files used in the examples have links so that they may be easily downloaded. The information in this reference is geared toward new MATLAB users. Intermediate and expert MATLAB users will find probably find some useful tidbits too.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
UNH Math Dept's MATLAB Tutorial  
MATLAB Tutorial from the University of New Hampshire. The tutorials are broken up into some of the basic topics. The first includes a few examples of how Matlab makes it easy to create and manipulate vectors. The tutorials move from the simple examples and get tougher.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
Learn Einstein's General and Special Relativity Easily  
Learn everything you have always wanted to know on Einsteinian relativity. Renew your vision of the Universe. Deepen your understanding of relativistic mechanics and gravity. Get taught by the expert, Einstein himself.
Submitted: Jul 03, 2006
Useful MATLAB Information  
The information presented in these pages generally applies to version 5.x of MATLAB though most of the basics have not changed since version 3.5. The discussion does assume you know how to use and read the on-line help facilities in MATLAB (help, helpdesk and helpwin) and are familiar with how MATLAB handles things like vectors and arrays.
Submitted: Jun 19, 2002
Math+Fun.com - where MATH becomes FUN!  
Math+Fun.com offers online tutorial and testing for subjects such as arithmetic, algebra, trigonometry, geometry, ACT and SAT testing, and much much more. Our online tests allow your kids to test their math skills while our practice sessions offer page after page of fun ways to prepare for taking the tests. We make sure that your kids are having fun while studying by combining testing and practice sessions with cleverly designed math games. Easy ways for parents to monitor their kid's progress.
Submitted: May 08, 2006
DEM Software - Discrete Element Modeling - CFD Software - CAE Engineering Services  
DEM Software - Discrete Element Modeling - Advanced computer-aided engineering (CAE) technology involving fluids, materials and manufacturing processes
Submitted: Jun 08, 2006
Objective CAML for Scientists  
A new book which teaches the high-performance functional programming language OCaml in a way accessible to scientists.
Submitted: Feb 28, 2005
Flash  
Need Scripts? One stop Web Development Resource providing reviews and articles.
Submitted: Apr 23, 2005
So, you want to learn Bookkeeping!  
Free Introductory Interactive Bookkeeping Tutorial.
Submitted: Apr 13, 2006
phpHelpForum.Com - PHP & MySQL Help Forum  
phpHelpForum.com is a PHP and MySQL help forum and resource website for php and mysql programmers. phpHelpForum.Com includes php and mysql tutorials, free php hosting, tips, tricks, references, libraries and much more.
Submitted: Oct 10, 2004
Mathguru - Learn Math Online  
India’s first maths portal and online mathematics tutoring help providing solutions for all problems of math students of Class VI to Class XII with audio visual tutoring.
Submitted: Jan 30, 2007
Universities  
A comprehensive directory of U.S. universities and colleges. Includes information about admissions, athletic programs, financial aid and student loans.www.stateuniversity.com
Submitted: Feb 03, 2007



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