Numerical Analysis with MATLAB 

Learn how to use MATLAB for applied numerical analysis. Resources include videos, examples, and documentation covering numerical computing, numerical accuracy, and other topics.. Submitted: Dec 01, 2011

Numerical Computing with MATLAB 

Numerical Computing with MATLAB is a textbook for an introductory course in numerical methods, MATLAB, and technical computing. It emphasizes the informed use of mathematical software. Topics include matrix computation, interpolation and zero finding, differential equations, random numbers, and Fourier analysis. Based on MATLAB, the textbook provides more than 70 Mfiles. Many of the more than 200 exercises involve modifying and extending these programs. Submitted: Jul 10, 2004

Numerical Integration Toolbox 

This toolbox provides routines for 1D, 2D, and nD Numerical Integration. Submitted: Jul 01, 1999

Engineering Computation Algorithms and Method 

This page from an engineering course at the Dublin City University and includes: Algorithms, Analysis of algorithms, Computational Complexity, Types of Algorithms, NPComplete Problems, NPCompleteness, and Optimization. Submitted: Aug 19, 2004

Approximations and Interpolation Mfiles 

User contributed approximations and interpolation mfiles in the MATLAB Central File Exchange. Submitted: Apr 18, 2000

Toolbox of Level Set Methods 

Level set methods are a class of numerical algorithms for simulation of dynamic implicit surfaces (which arise in graphics, animation and CFD) and approximation of solutions of HamiltonJacobi partial differential equations (which arise in control). While simple level set methods are relatively easy to implement, the details of highaccuracy algorithms can be challenging. This toolbox is designed to allow easy exploration and application of level set methods, by providing mfile implementations of stateoftheart algorithms on Cartesian meshes in arbitrary dimension. A 100+ page indexed user manual and all code, including 12+ examples, is included. Submitted: Sep 15, 2005

BlackBox Toolbox 

BBTools, or BlackBox Toolbox, contains functions for linear largescale computations. It works with blackbox operators, i.e. a set of algorithms for computing products A*x and A'*x. It is particularly targeted towards inverse illposed problems, e.g. tomography and deblurring, but have other uses. Submitted: Sep 16, 2005

PAMM: Acoustic propagation in multilayered media 

Software PAMM (Propagation of Acoustic waves in Multilayered Media) developed in the Applied Mathematics department of the University of Santiago de Compostela, allows us to predict the pressure field in stratified media formed by materials of different acoustic characteristics.With this software, the layered media can be made with multiple layers modeled as viscid compressible fluid, viscoelastic solid, rigid or elastic plates (with or without composite structure), porous media (rigid or elastic, with open or closed pores,...), wall impedances surfaces, porous veils, and so on.Moreover, software PAMM writes an output table with the complex values of each one of the levels and coefficients detailed above, and represents twodimensional contour plots with respect to any two physical magnitudes in the input data set that the PAMM user has chosen. Additionally, the solution of the acoustic propagation problem in the multilayered media can be visualize by using an animation in the timedomain. Submitted: Apr 13, 2007

Creating an Atlas DLL for MATLAB 6.x 

The purpose of this page is the give detailed instructions on how to make you own Atlas BLAS for use in Matlab. The ones the MathWorks have provided with Matlab are no longer current and under perform. This is true even for Matlab 6.5. Submitted: Jun 07, 2005

How to upgrade the computing velocity of computer 

One of builtin function required in building microprocessor of computer is infinite series of tangent function. Until now, there is one general formula for the infinite series of tangent function that available in mathematical handbook, and also used in all symbolic softwarepackage. The general formula was created by Sir. Bernoulli that is of form Submitted: Jul 23, 2008

