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Graphics and GUIs With MATLAB / Patrick Marchand  
For both readers new to MATLAB programming and experienced users who want to expand their use of it for graphics. Explains the standard features and capabilities and many that are not described in the documentation. Covers common plotting techniques, handle graphics, color, animation, user interfaces, and generating output. A replacement 3.5" disk is included for the original flawed one.
Submitted: Jul 26, 1999
MATLAB GUI Development  
MATLAB Advanced GUI Development is a text that covers details of Handle Graphics programming, GUI design with GUIDE, GUI programming structure, and multiple figure GUI design.
Submitted: Sep 12, 2006
Learn Simulink 2 in 3 hours!  
By Finn Haugen, ISBN 82-91748-03-9 Intended for the beginning Simulink user, this book is suitable as anintroduction or as a reference to Simulink. Basic MATLAB skills are assumed.The author covers an the Simulink blocks, simulation from the menu, scripts,types of block diagram models, S-functions, operating points and linearization.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers and Scientists  
By Singiresu Rao. ISBN 0-13-089480-X. Written for undergraduate- and graduate-level engineering and science students, this book focuses on the fundamentals of numerical analysis while presenting the use of software packages to apply numerical methods. An introduction to MATLAB is provided in an appendix. In addition, each chapter has examples solved with MATLAB.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
MATLAB 6 for Engineers  
by Adrian Biran & Moshe Breiner ISBN 0 130 33631 9 The following files contain examples and solutions for Chapters 1 through 18, plus errata. Files are in zip format eg. Ch01.zip Within these are MATLAB files.
Submitted: Jun 15, 2005
Programming in MATLAB  
This text is intended for an introductory programming class or for use in a lab or by individuals. Key features of the text include coverage of the MATLAB language, use of MATLAB's math functions, discusses the use of MATLAB's graphic capabilities, presents problems not specific to a particular field, and contains indexes of predefined MATLAB programs and functions.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Introduction to MATLAB for Engineers and Scientists  
By Delores M. Etter, ISBN 0-13-519703-1 This book introduces engineering students to general problem-solving anddesign techniques through afive-step process that uses MATLAB. Each chapteris organized around a specific application - drawnfrom a variety of engineeringdisciplines - that illustrates a particular MATLAB capability. Chaptersincludecharacteristics of the MATLAB environment, MATLAB functions, matrix computations,symbolicmathematics, and numerical techniques. The text is designed as a modularintroduction to thebasics of MATLAB for use in any class requiring theuse of MATLAB.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Numerical Analysis and Graphic Visualization With MATLAB / Shoichiro Nakamura  
Featuring a disk containing MATLAB scripts of functions and examples, this book explores using MATLAB for numerical methods and graphic visualization. It offers a complete tutorial of MATLAB, covering numerical methods with MATLAB and advanced three-dimensional graphics with color.
Submitted: Aug 01, 1999
MATLAB 5.x, SIMULINK 2.x: poradnik uzytkownika  
By Bogumila Mrozek & Zbigniew Mrozek, ISBN 83-7101-376-0 Written in Polish, this book provides an introduction to MATLAB 5.2 andSimulink 2.2. Some of the MATLAB features covered include multidimensionalarrays, cell arrays, structures, objects, debugging, profiling, graphics,Handle Graphics, GUIDE, MEX-files, Windows *.dll files, the MATLAB Compiler,the MATLAB engine, and ActiveX Automation and Dynamic Data Exchange. Simulinktopics covered include S-functions, creating new model libraries, andthe Simulink debugger. In addition, numerous other MathWorks productsare described such as Stateflow; the DSP, Fixed Point, and Power SystemBlocksets; and the Control System, System Identification, Neural Networks,Fuzzy Logic, Signal Processing, Optimization, and Partial DifferentialEquations Toolboxes. A description of fast prototyping and more than 40applications are provided in areas such as rail, aviation, robotics, heattransfer, and music.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction to Programming with MATLAB for Scientists and Engineers, 2e  
Written for junior and senior-level undergraduates, this interactive CD-ROM text emphasizes learning through example with nearly 700 worked problems. This book is not focused toward one particular engineering or mathematics field, nor does it require previous programming experience. Topics covered include the MATLAB programming environment, MATLAB data types, vectors, functions, data files, and Handle Graphics. MATLAB is used to solve the numerous exercises and examples.
Submitted: Aug 08, 2001
Introduction to Engineering Programming: in C, MATLAB, and Java  
By Mark Austin & David Chancogne, ISBN 0-471-00116-3
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Applications de MATLAB 5 et Simulink 2  
By M. Mokhtari & M. Marie, ISBN 2-287-59651-8 This book, written in French, can be used by engineering students, researchers,and practicing engineers. The first part of the book focuses on theoryunderlying fuzzy logic, neural networks, and adaptive filtering. The secondpart of the book shows how MATLAB, Simulink, and the Control System, SignalProcessing, Neural Network, and Fuzzy Logic Toolboxes can be applied inexamples drawn from industrial applications such as power amplification,electromagnetics, and telecommunications. An Appendix is included thatdiscusses how to create M-file S-functions and C-MEX S-functions, as wellas how to create masked blocks and subsystems.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
..:: MATRISLAB ::..  
This is the website of "Her Yonu Ile MATLAB" book, which is written in Turkish and published by Turmen Kitabevi. You can download all examples in the book. Also you can catch up the latest news, ask questions to authors or site users and even you can vote to polls.
Submitted: Jul 03, 2004
Applied Numerical Methods for Engineers: Using MATLAB and C  
By Robert J. Schilling & Sandra L. Harris, ISBN 0-534-37014-4
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
The MATLAB 5 Handbook  
By Darren Redfern & Colin Campbell, ISBN 0-387-94200-9
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Learn MATLAB 5 in 6 hours!  
By Finn Haugen, ISBN 82-91748-02-0 Written for the MATLAB beginner, this introductory book contains sectionson understanding MATLAB syntax, gathering data in the form of arrays,importing and exporting data from the MATLAB workspace, generating plots,and printing results. In addition, it covers writing your own M-filesand using built-in MATLAB functions, and the MATLAB help system.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Engineering Problem Solving with MATLAB, 2e  
By Delores M. Etter, ISBN 0-13-397688-2 Included in Prentice Hall's MATLAB Curriculum Series, this text can beused for an introductory engineering course or as a reference in advancedcourses. Presenting a consistent five-step problem-solving methodology,the author describes the computational and visualization capabilitiesof MATLAB, and illustrates the problem solving process through a varietyof engineering examples and applications. Topics covered include basicengineering computing and visualization, numerical techniques for solvinglinear equations, symbolic math, signal processing, and control systems.New to this edition is a section discussing the Internet, electronic mail,and the World Wide Web.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Understanding and Mastering MATLAB  
By Zhi-Yong Zhang / Rui-Zhen Liu & Zu-Ying Yang, ISBN 7-81012-702-0 Written in Chinese, this book provides students and professionals witha comprehensive tutorial on MATLAB. The book begins by illustrating featuresto help readers understand the special quality of MATLAB versus othersoftware packages. Next, it presents an introduction to MATLAB followedby chapters that cover detailed capabilities and techniques, includingtoolboxes, the MATLAB Notebook, Simulink, and programming. In addition,this book describes specific issues of using MATLAB on the Chinese softwareplatform.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB Primer, 7e  
By Tim Davis and Kermit Sigmon, ISBN 1-58488-523-8. This seventh edition extends the MATLAB Primer, covering the significant new features of MATLAB. This pocket book serves as a resource for students and engineers requiring a high-level introduction and handy reference to MATLAB. Sections covering the desktop changes, new features for developing M-files, the JIT accelerator, an easier way of importing Java classes, and the Symbolic Math Toolbox are included in this edition.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Apprendre et Maîtriser MATLAB  
By M. Mokhtari & A. Mesbah, ISBN 3-540-62773-1 Written in French, this text provides an introduction to MATLAB and Simulink;and includes information about features introduced in MATLAB 5 and Simulink2. The book begins with command-line functionality and graphics, and progressesto advanced topics such as GUI-building and MEX-files. Finally, the discussionfocuses on the use of MATLAB, with applications drawn from numerical analysis,probability and statistics, classification and regression, process control,and signal processing.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Informatica aplicada a las Ciencias y a la Ingenieria con MATLAB (Spanish)  
By Henar Herrero. ISBN 84-699-3109-1. Written in Spanish, this book is intended for science and engineering students. Topics covered include linear algebra, calculus, interpolation, regression, and differential equations. Each chapter begins with real-world examples taken from chemistry, mechanics, and other areas. MATLAB is used to solve examples throughout the text. A MATLAB introductory chapter is also included.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
MATLAB 6: Poradnik Uzytkownika (Polish)  
By Bogumila Mrozek & Zbigniew Mrozek. ISBN 83-7101-449-X. Written in Polish, this book provides an introduction to MATLAB 6.1 and Simulink 4.1. The book begins with a description of the MATLAB environment, first steps in MATLAB programming, and Handle Graphics. Additional topics covered include various data types, ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear equations, statistics, and numeric differentiation. The Control System Toolbox, System Identification Toolbox, Optimization Toolbox, Symbolic Math Toolbox, C++ Math Library, C++ Graphics Library, MATLAB Web Server, and the MATLAB Runtime Server are introduced in later chapters. The final chapter describes Simulink and how to get started with block diagrams. A brief Stateflow description is also provided in this section.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
MATLAB And Its Usage, 2e: Applied Mathematics and Computer Graphics (Japanese)  
By Tsutomu Oguni. ISBN 4-7819-0976-0. Written in Japanese, this book introduces MATLAB to describe the fundamental techinques and methods used in engineering and science. An introduction to basic MATLAB features, including the MATLAB language and graphics, is provided. MATLAB is used to solve problems in statistics, linear algebra, calculus, symbolic manipulation (using the Symbolic Math Toolbox), differential equations, chaos, fractals, and numerous other areas throughout the book.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB Programming Language  
By Lou Shuntian & Yu Wei, ISBN 7-5606-0537-0
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Introduction à MATLAB  
Written in French and intended for engineering students, practicing engineers, and researchers, this book provides an introduction to MATLAB programming. The first section of the book contains nine chapters of exercises to provide a gradual and practical approach to learning MATLAB. The second part of the book describes the basics of the MATLAB language and can be used as a reference text.
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Mathematical Packages of Expansion for MATLAB: Special Handbook (Russian)  
By V.P. Dyakonov. ISBN 5-318-00004-5. Written in Russian, this book introduces Simulink and the Symbolic Math, Neural Network, Fuzzy Logic, Optimization, and Statistics Toolboxes. Descriptions of each toolbox and many application examples are provided.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
MATLAB 6: Fundamentos De Programação  
MATLAB 6: Programming Fundamentals
Submitted: Mar 07, 2001
Basics of MATLAB and Beyond  
By Andrew Knight, ISBN 0-8493-2039-9
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Laer Simulink: pa 3 timer!  
By Finn Haugen, ISBN 82-91748-01-2 Intended for the beginning Simulink user, this book may be used as anintroduction or as a reference to Simulink. The book starts off describingMATLAB and gives an overview of the Simulink block libraries. Other topicsinclude simulation, integration with MATLAB, block manipulations, andS-functions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB 4. ?s 5. verzi?: Numerikus modszerek, grafika, Statisztika, eszkoztarak  
Written in Hungarian, this textbook is intended for students of natural sciences and engineering. The book highlights numerical methods, graphics, statistics, MATLAB programming, and MATLAB toolboxes, including the Frequency Domain System Identification Toolbox.
Submitted: Nov 10, 2001
MATLAB Graphical Library  
By Tsutomu Oguni, ISBN 4-254-11073-1 Written in Japanese, this book may be used by the beginner or by the moreadvanced user as a reference book. The book focuses on Handle Graphicsand GUIs in MATLAB and contains numerous examples.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Engineer's Toolkit: MATLAB 5.0 for Engineers  
By Joe King, ISBN 0-201-35094-7 MATLAB 5.0 for Engineers, provides an introduction on how to use MATLAB5. The main goal of this MATLAB module is that you become competent atsolving and graphing the kinds of mathematical problems that you willlikely encounter as a lower-division engineering student. The problemscovered range from simple arithmetic to calculus. The secondary goalsare that you learn to enjoy MATLAB while also learning its range of capabilities.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Curso Básico de MATLAB  
By Ing. Oswaldo D. Montbrun, ISBN 980-07-5748-1
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB 6 an introduction  
MATLAB 6 an introduction
Submitted: Dec 17, 2000
Programowanie w MATLAB  
By J. Brzózka & Lech Dorobczynski, ISBN 83-7158-120-3 This book, written in Polish, was designed for students of technical universitiesand researchers. It contains numerous examples, exercises, and problems.Chapters include: Main parts of the MATLAB system, Description of theMATLAB language, 2D and 3D plotting of functions, Computation with vectorsand matrices, Solving of ordinary differential equations, Numerical differentiationand integration, Interpolation and approximation, Applying MATLAB to elaborationof measurement results, and Exercises and tasks for self-reliant solutions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Basics of Mathematica and MATLAB (Japanese)  
By Tsutomu Oguni. ISBN 4-7819-0887-X. Written in Japanese, this book introduces the fundamental techniques of MATLAB and Mathematica. An introduction to MATLAB is provided. In addition, numerous examples are solved using MATLAB and the Symbolic Math Toolbox.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Introduction to Engineering Design, Book 7: Projects, Skills and Lego Challenges  
By James Dally & Stanley Reeves. ISBN 0-9700675-7-7 Written for first-year engineering students, this text presents the theory of engineering design and is meant to support students during a semester-long design project. Topics covered include project development processes, technical reports and design briefings, levels of risk, and engineering ethics. A MATLAB tutorial chapter is included for reference.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Applied Virtual Instrumentation  
This text was designed for senior undergraduates in engineering and science, and practicing engineers and researchers interested in using computer-based instrumentation but with a limited knowledge in process monitoring software. The book covers the fundamental knowledge and practical solutions required to interface sensors with a PC using the new framework of virtual instrumentation. Numerous numerical and programming examples using MATLAB are included.
Submitted: Jun 02, 2001
Simultaneous Engineering for New Product Development  
By Jack A. Ribbens, ISBN 0-471-25265-4
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB 5 für Ingenieure  
By Adrian Biran & Moshe M.G. Breiner, ISBN 3-8273-1416-X English and Greek.)
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Laer MATLAB: pa 5 timer!  
By Finn Haugen, ISBN 82-91748-00-4 Intended for the beginning MATLAB user, this book may be used as an introductionor as a reference to MATLAB. Topics include basic data treatment, thecommand-line editor, the workspace, matrix operations, writing M-files,data visualization, and toolboxes. Also included is an overview of MATLABbuilt-in commands and functions.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB und SIMULINK: Beispielorientierte Einfuhrung in die Simulation dynamischer Systeme  
By Josef Hoffmann, ISBN 3-8273-1077-6 Written in German and intended for engineering students and practicingengineers, this book shows how to use MATLAB and Simulink to simulatedynamic systems in several application areas. The book begins with a tutorialand describes topics such as the simulation of mechanical and electromechanicalvibrating systems, control and optimal control systems, and pole placementand the design of analog and digital filters. MATLAB exercises are includedat the end of each chapter.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB, Uniwersalne srodowisko do obliczen naukowo-technicznych, 3e  
By Bogumila Mrozek & Zbigniew Mrozek, ISBN ISBN 83-7101-325-6 This book provides a clear and concise introduction to MATLAB and Simulink.The reader learns MATLAB through examples that are explained in the text.Many new features such as sparse matrices, Handle Graphics, GUIs, animationin MATLAB and Simulink, the ODE Suite, the MATLAB Notebook, the MATLABCompiler, and the C Math Library are covered in the text.
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
MATLAB 5 with Packages of Expansion (Russian)  
By V.P. Dyakonov, I.V. Abramenkova & V.V. Kruglov. ISBN 5-89251-091-3. Written in Russian, this book is a handbook to MATLAB 5.3. The book describes the interface, mathematical tools, and graphical visualization capabilities of MATLAB. Numerous examples of MATLAB applications are included throughout the book. In addition, chapters covering Simulink, the Symbolic Math Toolbox, the Fuzzy Logic Toolbox, the Neural Network Toolbox, and the Optimization Toolbox are included.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Wprowadzenie Do Systemu MATLAB (Polish)  
By Miroslaw Wcislik. ISBN 83-911200-3-1. Written in Polish, this book introduces the reader to the MATLAB environment and programming fundamentals. Topics covered include basic programming language constructs, matrix manipulation, compound data structures, and functions with variable argument numbers. There are also chapters devoted to basic numerical and graphical procedures implemented in MATLAB and object-oriented programming in MATLAB. Numerous examples are solved with MATLAB throughout the book.
Submitted: Apr 26, 2002
Anvandarhandledning for MATLAB 5  
By Eva Pärt-Enander & Anders Sjöberg, ISBN 91-506-1292-1
Submitted: Dec 24, 2003
Physical Modeling in MATLAB  
An introduction to physical modeling using MATLAB, written for students with no prior programming experience. Focuses on using ode45 for systems of first and second order differential equations.
Submitted: Apr 23, 2007

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