A Concise Introduction to MATLAB by William J. III Palm
A Concise Introduction to MATLAB is designed for beginning students and provides essential instruction in the use of MATLAB. MATLAB is a globally available standard computational tool for engineers and scientists. The terminology, syntax, and use of the programming language are well defined in the textbook, and the organization of the material makes it easy to locate information. The text covers all the major capabilities of MATLAB that are useful for beginning students. Key Features of the Book Include: Detailed discussion of function handles, anonymous functions, subfunctions, and nested functions. Extensive coverage of applications including plotting, programming, statistics, and model building. Treatment of both numerical and symbolic solutions of calculus and differential equation problems. Mathematical level appropriate for beginners. Numerous examples and homework problems drawn from many disciplines. Many summary tables of MATLAB commands, making the text a useful reference. Book jacket.A Concise Introduction to Matlab is a simple, concise book designed to cover all the major capabilities of MATLAB that are useful for beginning students. It provides a thorough coverage of Function handles, Anonymous functions, and Subfunctions. In addition, key applications including plotting, programming, statistics and model building are also all covered. MATLAB is presently a globally available standard computational tool for engineers and scientists. The terminology, syntax, and the use of the programming language are well defined and the organization of the material makes it easy to locate information and navigate through the textbook.
William J., III Palm
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McGraw-Hill Higher Education
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Table Of Content
1 An Overview of MATLAB 2 Numeric, Cell, and Structure Arrays 3 Functions and Files 4 Decision-Making Programs 5 Advanced Plotting and Model Building 6 Statistics, Probability, and Interpolation 7 Numerical Methods for Calculus and Differential Equations 8 Symbolic Processing