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## Matlab Books

### Matlab Books

#### Introduction to Programming in MATLAB

This note explains the following topics: Basic Procedures in Using MATLAB, Example Problems Solved with MATLAB, Arithmetic Operations on the Elements in Arrays, Logical Operators and Functions, Using MATLAB to Display Results, MATLAB Arithmetic Functions, Functions that Operate on Arrays, The Main Group of Matrix Operations, MATLAB m-Files, New Features of Matlab, Structures, Cells and Other Arays.

Author(s): NAPages

#### MATLAB Programming for Numerical Computation

This note introduces students to MATLAB programming, and demonstrate itís use for scientific computations. The basis of computational techniques are expounded through various coding examples and problems, and practical ways to use MATLAB will be discussed. Topics covered includes: Introduction to MATLAB Programming, Approximations and Errors, Numerical Differentiation and Integration, Linear Equations, Nonlinear Equations, Regression and Interpolation, Ordinary Differential Equations.

Author(s): NAPages

#### Introduction to Matlab

This text includes all material that you need to know, however, many things are treated briefly. Topics covered includes: Basic syntax and variables, Mathematics with vectors and matrices, Visualization, Control flow, Numerical analysis, Script and function m-files, Cell arrays and structures, Optimizing the performance of Matlab code, File input/output operations, Writing and debugging Matlab programs.

Author(s): 68Pages

#### MATLAB Primer

This note explains the following topics: Accessing MATLAB, Entering matrices, Matrix operations, array operations, Statements, expressions, variables; saving a session, Matrix building functions, For, while, if and relations, Scalar functions, Vector functions, Matrix functions, Command line editing and recall, Submatrices and colon notation, M-files, script files, function files,  Text strings, error messages, input, Managing M-files, Hard copy and Graphics.

Author(s): 39Pages

#### Introduction to MATLAB for Engineering Students

Introduction to MATLAB for Engineering Students is a document for an introductory course note in MATLAB and technical computing. It focuses on the specific features of MATLAB that are useful for engineering classes. Topics covered includes: Mathematical functions, Matrix generation, Array operations and Linear equations, Introduction to programming in MATLAB, Debugging M-files, Main characteristics of MATLAB.

Author(s): 74Pages

#### A Practical Introduction to Matlab

This book provides an introduction to some of the most useful features of Matlab. Author includes plenty of examples, the best way to learn to use Matlab is to read this while running Matlab, trying the examples and experimenting. Topics covered includes: Simple calculations and graphs, Programming in Matlab, Advanced matrix computations, Advanced Graphics, Solving nonlinear problems in Matlab, Efficiency in Matlab and Advanced data types in Matlab.

Author(s): 33Pages

#### Introduction To MATLAB Programming Lecture notes

This note is intended to assist undergraduates with learning the basics of programming in general and programming MATLAB in particular.This will explain the  MATLAB command prompt for performing calculations and creating variables.

Author(s): NAPages

#### MATLAB Lecture Notes

This note covers the following topics: Matlab Introduction, Arrays in Matlab, Matrix and vector algebra, Introduction to Excel, Linear Systems of Equations, Plotting in Matlab, Logic and Loops, Input and Output in Matlab and Functions in Matlab.

Author(s): NAPages

#### Introduction to MATLAB

This course note provides an aggressively gentle introduction to MATLAB. Topics covered are: Variables, scripts, and operations, Visualization and programming, solving equations and curve fitting, Symbolics,  file I/O, building GUIs.

Author(s): NAPages

#### An Introduction to Matlab (PDF 47P)

This note provides only a brief glimpse of the power and flexibility of the Matlab system.Topics covered are: Matlab as a Calculator, Numbers and Formats, Variables, Suppressing output, Vectors, Plotting Functions, TwoñDimensional Arrays, Systems of Linear Equations, Function mñfiles, Plotting Surfaces and Graphic User Interfaces.

Author(s): 47Pages