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Title
Essential
MATLAB
for
engineers
and
scientists
Creator
Hahn, Brian D.
Valentine, Daniel T., 1946
Description
5th ed.
DescriptionAbstract
This
book
provides
a
concise
and
well
balanced
overview
of the
functionality
in
MATLAB
?.
It
facilitates
independent
learning
with
coverage
of
both
the
fundamentals
and
applications
in
two
parts
. The
essentials
of
MATLAB
are
illustrated
throughout
with
many
examples
from a
wide
range
of
familiar
scientific
and
engineering
areas
, as
well
as from
everyday
life
. This
is
an
ideal
textbook
for a
first
course
on
MATLAB
or an
engineering
problem
solving
course
using
MATLAB
, as
well
as a
selflearning
tutorial
for
professionals
and
students
who
are
expected
to
learn
and
apply
MATLAB
themselves
.
New
to this
edition
:
Updated
with the
features
of
Matlab
R2012bExpanded
discussion
of
writing
functions
and
scriptsAdditional
coverage
of
formatted
output
,
including
more
discussion
on
fprintfMore
exercises
and
examples
throughoutNew
chapters
on
Symbolic
Math
and
SIMULINK
?
toolboxesCompanion
website
for the
reader
,
providing
Mfiles
used
within
the
book
and
selected
solutions
to
end
of
chapter
problems
.
Visit
store.elsevier.com
and
search
on "
Essential
Matlab
"
About
the
Authors
Brian
Hahn
was a
professor
in the
Department
of
Mathematics
and
Applied
Mathematics
at the
University
of
Cape
Town
. He
received
a
PhD
from
University
of
Cambridge
. In his
career
Brian
wrote
more
than
10
books
to
teach
programming
languages
to
beginners
.
Daniel
Valentine
is
an
Associate
professor
of
Mechanical
and
Aeronautical
Engineering
at
Clarkson
University
. He
is
Affiliate
Director
of the
Clarkson
Space
Grant
Program
which
is
part
of the
New
York
NASA
Space
Grant
Consortium
, and
is
a
coauthor
of
Aerodynamics
for
Engineering
Students
6e
(Butterworth
Heinemann
,
2012)
.
Updated
with the
features
of
Matlab
R2012bMore
complete
coverage
of
Matlab
windows
and
menusExpanded
discussion
of
writing
functions
and
scriptsRevised
and
expanded
Part
II
:
ApplicationsExpanded
section
on
GUIsMore
exercises
and
examples
throughoutCompanion
website
for
students
providing
Mfiles
used
within
the
book
and
selected
solutions
to
end
of
chapter
problems
.
DescriptionTable Of Contents
Half
Title
;
Title
Page
;
Copyright
;
Contents
;
Preface
;
Essentials
;
1
Introduction
;
1.1
Using
MATLAB
;
1.1.1
Arithmetic
;
1.1.2
Variables
;
1.1.3
Mathematical
functions
;
1.1.4
Functions
and
commands
;
1.1.5
Vectors
;
1.1.6
Linear
equations
;
1.1.7
Tutorials
and
demos
;
1.2
The
desktop
;
1.2.1
Using
the
Editor
and
running
a
script
;
1.2.2
Help
,
publish
, and
view
;
1.2.3
Symbolics
and the
MuPAD
notebook
APP
;
Differentiation
and
integration
;
1.2.4
Other
APPS
;
1.2.5
Additional
features
;
1.3
Sample
program
;
1.3.1
Cut
and
paste
;
1.3.2
Saving
a
program
:
script
files
;
Current
directory.
;
Running
a
script
from the
current
folder
browser1.3.3
A
program
in
action
;
Summary
;
Chapter
exercises
;
2
MATLAB
Fundamentals
;
2.1
Variables
;
2.1.1
Case
sensitivity
;
2.2
The
workspace
;
2.2.1
Adding
commonly
used
constants
to the
workspace
;
2.3
Arrays
:
Vectors
and
matrices
;
2.3.1
Initializing
vectors
:
Explicit
lists
;
2.3.2
Remember
the
following
important
rules
;
2.3.2
Initializing
vectors
: The
colon
operator
;
2.3.3
The
linspace
and
logspace
functions
;
2.3.4
Transposing
vectors
;
2.3.5
Subscripts
;
2.3.6
Matrices
;
2.3.7
Capturing
output
;
2.3.8
Structure
plan
;
2.4
Vertical
motion
under
gravity.
;
2.5
Operators
,
expressions
, and
statements2.5.1
Numbers
;
2.5.2
Data
types
;
2.5.3
Arithmetic
operators
;
2.5.4
Operator
precedence
;
2.5.5
The
colon
operator
;
2.5.6
The
transpose
operator
;
2.5.7
Arithmetic
operations
on
arrays
;
2.5.8
Expressions
;
2.5.9
Statements
;
2.5.10
Statements
,
commands
, and
functions
;
2.5.11
Formula
vectorization
;
2.6
Output
;
2.6.1
The
disp
statement
;
2.6.2
The
format
command
;
2.6.3
Scale
factors
;
2.7
Repeating
with for;
2.7.1
Square
roots
with
Newton's
method
;
2.7.2
Factorials!
;
2.7.3
Limit
of a
sequence
;
2.7.4
The
basic
for
construct
;
2.7.5
for in a
single
line.
;
2.7.6
More
general
for2.7.7
Avoid
for
loops
by
vectorizing!
;
2.8
Decisions
;
2.8.1
The
oneline
if
statement
;
2.8.2
The
ifelse
construct
;
2.8.3
The
oneline
ifelse
statement
;
2.8.4
elseif
;
2.8.5
Logical
operators
;
2.8.6
Multiple
ifs
versus
elseif
;
2.8.7
Nested
ifs
;
2.8.8
Vectorizing
ifs?
;
2.8.9
The
switch
statement
;
2.9
Complex
numbers
;
Summary
;
Chapter
exercises
;
3
Program
Design
and
Algorithm
Development
;
3.1
The
program
design
process
;
3.1.1
The
projectile
problem
;
3.2
Programming
MATLAB
functions
;
3.2.1
Inline
objects
:
harmonic
oscillators
;
3.2.2
MATLAB
function
:
y
=
f(x)
;
Summary.
;
Chapter
exercises4
MATLAB
Functions
and
Data
ImportExport
Utilities
;
4.1
Common
functions
;
4.2
Importing
and
exporting
data
;
4.2.1
The
load
and
save
commands
;
4.2.2
Exporting
text
(ASCII)
data
;
4.2.3
Importing
text
(ASCII)
data
;
4.2.4
Exporting
binary
data
;
4.2.4.1
Importing
binary
data
;
Summary
;
Chapter
exercises
;
5
Logical
vectors
;
5.1
Examples
;
5.1.1
Discontinuous
graphs
;
5.1.2
Avoiding
division
by
zero
;
5.1.3
Avoiding
infinity
;
5.1.4
Counting
random
numbers
;
5.1.5
Rolling
dice
;
5.2
Logical
operators
;
5.2.1
Operator
precedence
;
5.2.2
Danger
;
5.2.3
Logical
operators
and
vectors
.
Publisher
Academic Press
Subject
Engineering mathematics  Data processing
Numerical analysis  Data processing.
Identifier (Full text)
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/book/9780123943989
ISBN
0123946131
(electronic
bk.)
;
9780123946133
(electronic
bk.)
;
0123943981(pbk.)
;
9780123943989(pbk.)
Language
eng
Type
Text
FormatExtent
1 online resource (xvi, 408 p.)
Date
[2013]
Purchased by
Puey Ungphakorn Library, Rangsit Campus
OCLC number
982135946
CONTENTdm number
14762
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