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Definitions

  1. MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. (Web site)
  2. MATLAB is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc. (Web site)
  3. MATLAB is a widely-used program for performing numerical calculations.
  4. MATLAB is a technical computing environment for high-performance numeric computation and visualization. (Web site)
  5. MATLAB is an interactive system whose basic data element is a matrix that does not require dimensioning.

Toolbox Matlab

  1. Symbolic Math Toolbox in MATLAB contains a portion of the Maple 8 engine.
  2. If you are an academic, Matlab can be had for $495 and each toolbox only $195. (Web site)
  3. Spatial and Geometric Analysis toolbox (SaGA) - a MATLAB package for various aspects of spatial data interpolation and analysis and geometric modeling. (Web site)
  4. MATLAB Programming Contest - molecule - See the results of the fifth contest held in May 2002.
  5. SOSTOOLS - A free sum of squares optimization toolbox for MATLAB.

Matlab

  1. MATLAB also features a family of application-specific solutions that we call toolboxes. (Web site)
  2. For example: x = transpose(y) in IDL is x=y' in Matlab. (Web site)
  3. GNU Octave and LabVIEW MathScript are systems for numerical computations with an m-file script language that is mostly compatible with Matlab.
  4. Technic Solutions - MATLAB and FEMLAB consulting and training based in Tasmania.
  5. Example Signal     MATLAB represents objects as vectors and matrices.

Matrix

  1. Euler - A numerical laboratory with a programming language, similar to Matlab.
  2. The language syntax of MEDAL is similar to the popular MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) language.
  3. For example, the MATLAB * operator actually performs a matrix multiply.
  4. Scilab includes conversion programs for Matlab m files (m2sci), and a Scilab - Fortran compiler (sci2for). (Web site)
  5. Because MATLAB is matrix-based and series are stored in row form, row vectors must be transposed into columns.

Linear

  1. Solves linear and nonlinear problems numerically, and uses a language that is mostly compatible with Matlab.
  2. RLaB is a Matlab-like linear algebra package. (Web site)
  3. MATLAB Depot -- ---- cached ------A collection of M-files for linear algebra maintained by Michael Tsatsomeros at Washington State University.

Algorithms

  1. MPEG for MATLAB - MPEG compression algorithms for audio.
  2. Matlab at CodEc Genetic algorithms and various economics applications.

Mathematica

  1. In addition to those listed here, programs like maple, Mathematica, MATLAB, and Minitab are good for this.
  2. SAGE is mathematical software, very much in the same vein as Matlab, MAGMA, Maple, and Mathematica.

Octave

  1. Differences and comparison between MATLAB and Octave are presented in Comparing Octave and MATLAB. (Web site)
  2. MathLib, computational engine (Matlab, octave style) MathLib is a powerful mathematical engine written in java.
  3. Yorick, Matlab, Octave, and IDL, from which GNUDL gets it name and which the GNUDL author considers the most powerful of such languages). (Web site)

Simulink

  1. It also includes an introduction to SIMULINK, a companion to MATLAB for system simulation. (Web site)
  2. MATLAB manuals are available for Simulink, Compiler and the currently installed Toolboxes in the ECS (Eng B-124) office for immediate reference.

Curve

  1. The MATLAB graphics tools provide options for line types, overlaid curves, data point symbols, line colors, etc.
  2. Gradient Vector Flow for MATLAB A variation on active contours, computer-generated curves that move within images to find object boundaries.

Maple

  1. Mathematica, Maple, Matlab, MathCAD Windows, Unix R language R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics.
  2. Mathematica, Maple, Matlab, MathCAD Windows, Unix wxMaxima wxMaxima is a pretty front end to Maxima, a computer algebra system.

Engineering

  1. In industrial settings, MATLAB is used for research and to solve practical engineering and mathematical problems. (Web site)
  2. Numerical Methods with MATLAB - A textbook for third and fourth year undergraduates in engineering and science.

Element

  1. The Matlab version includes a simple finite element solver. (Web site)
  2. Most MATLAB functions can accept matrices and will apply themselves to each element. (Web site)

Tutorial

  1. Control Tutorials for Matlab Tutorials about using Matlab for the analysis and design of automatic control systems.
  2. In this tutorial we explore the different ways that you can save and read data into a MATLAB session. (Web site)

Clone

  1. Rlab does not try to be a Matlab clone.
  2. Gnatlab is a freeware clone of the Matlab mathematics package. (Web site)

Technical

  1. IDL's technical support is pretty good, but Matlab's is better. (Web site)
  2. In short, MATLAB is essentially an interpreted programming environment, somewhat analogous to Visual Basic with technical data analysis capability.

Functions

  1. Some functions and procedures are black-box, intrinsic functions or procedures, but not nearly as many as Matlab (see below) are. (Web site)
  2. MATLAB provides functions that generates elementary matrices. (Web site)
  3. These long lists of mathematical functions that are build into MATLAB. These functions are called built-ins. (Web site)

Mathworks

  1. In this section, you can add links related to Matlab, Simulink, and to other MathWorks technologies.
  2. Mathworks Mathworks is the company that produces MATLAB, the popular scientific and engineering software tool. (Web site)

Neural Networks

  1. Netlab Toolbox - [free] MATLAB software for neural networks and other pattern recognition algorithms.
  2. MATLAB FAQ - Frequently asked questions in comp.soft-sys.matlab.
  3. Portegies Zwart, Joris - Includes a tutorial on using the Neural Network Toolbox and a function for sending email directly from MATLAB.
  4. Matlab Distributed Computation Tutorial -- ---- cached ------Describes scenarios for monitoring, pipelines and parallel processing.

High Level

  1. The C++ library supports high level, Matlab-like syntax, so functions can be conveniently hand-coded. (Web site)
  2. Why do we use MATLAB? CS100M FAQ We wish to expose you to another high level language. (Web site)

Toolbox

  1. Included in collection is a NUFFT MATLAB toolbox that performs fast and accurate nonuniform FFT computations.
  2. RIOTS -- ---- cached ------A MATLAB toolbox for solving optimal control problems.
  3. Robotics Toolbox for MATLAB - [free] A public domain MATLAB Toolbox for robot kinematics, dynamics and control.
  4. Constellation Toolbox for MATLAB A Toolbox designed for analysis of GPS, GLONASS, and user defined constellations for navigation or communcications.
  5. EigTool combines the Pseudospectra GUI with MATLAB's eigs command to provide visualisation of the Arnoldi iteration during an eigs computation. (Web site)

Operations

  1. By using MATLAB 5's object oriented programming features, most server operations are completely transparent.
  2. MATLAB allows arithmetic operations: +, -, *, and ^ to be carried out on matrices. (Web site)
  3. Again, MATLAB resorts to matrix operations where SPL uses the linreg function. (Web site)

Commercial

  1. DADiSP is a commercial program focused on DSP that combines the numerical capability of MATLAB with a spreadsheet like interface. (Web site)
  2. BSTEX - [commercial] Equation Viewer for MATLAB. The equations typed for evaluation are automatically transformed to graphical Tex presentation.

Spectral

  1. ARfit is a Matlab package for the estimation and spectral decomposition of multivariate autoregressive models. (Web site)
  2. A MATLAB Differentiation Matrix Suite - Functions for solving differential equations by the spectral collocation (a.k.a.

Aimed

  1. Expokit Expokit is a set of user-friendly routines (in FORTRAN 77 and MATLAB) aimed at computing matrix exponentials. (Web site)
  2. GABLE: A MATLAB Geometric Algebra Tutorial -- ---- cached ------A tutorial for learning Geometric Algebra, aimed at the sophomore college level.

Numerical

  1. MatPy is a Python package for numerical computation and plotting with a MatLab-like interface.
  2. Free numerical analysis and visualization environment similar to Matlab.
  3. Matlab started as a numerical analysis package that now includes [at extra cost] image processing tools. (Web site)
  4. Numerical software systems such as Matlab, O-Matrix, etc., need to use the Blas Kernels to achieve good speed. (Web site)
  5. MATLAB integrates numerical analysis, matrix computation, signal processing, and graphics in an easy-to-use environment. (Web site)

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