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- Paperback | 267 pages
- 198.1 x 248.9 x 15.2mm | 521.64g
- 12 Jun 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction. Orientation to the Text. Introduction. Typographic Conventions Used in the Text. Problem Solving and the Engineering Method. The MATLAB System. Introduction to Computing.2. The MATLAB Interactive Environment. The MATLAB Desktop. Creating, Editing and Saving Sessions. Importing and Exporting Data. Printing. Getting Help. Setting Preferences. 3. The Programming Elements of MATLAB. Introduction. Data Storage. Operators and Expressions. Names. Program Organization. 4. Control Structures. Introduction. Pseudocode. Flowcharts. Selection Statements. Repetition Statements. 5. Arrays and Matrix Operations. The Primary MATLAB Data Structure. Entering Arrays and Matrices. Accessing and Manipulating Array Elements. Element-by-Element Array Operations. Binary Matrix Operations. Unary Matrix Operations. Multidimensional Arrays. Useful Array Functions. 6. Plotting and Graphing. Introduction. The plot Command. Using the Plot Editor. Line and Marker Styles. Labeling a Plot. Multiple Plots. Scaling a Plot. 7. Procedural Abstraction. The Procedural Paradigm. Defining and Using Functions. Types of Variables. Parameter Passing. Functions with Limited Scope. Name a Resolution. Functions as Arguments. 8. Recursion. Introduction. A Simple Recursion Example. Stack-Based Explanation. Designing a Recursive Solution. Types of Recursion. When to Use Recursion. 9. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming. The Object-Oriented Paradigm. Object-Oriented Elements and Mechanisms. Defining Classes in MATLAB. Instantiating Objects in MATLAB. An Sample Class. Encapsulation. 10. Software Development. Introduction. Software Reliability. Software Efficiency. Interfacing with Other Languages.
About David Kuncicky
David C. Kuncicky is a native Floridian. He earned his Baccalaureate in psychology, Master's in computer science, and Ph.D. in computer science from Florida State University. He has served as a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the Department of Computer Science at Florida State University. He has taught computer science and computer engineering courses for over 15 years. He has published research in the areas of intelligent hybrid systems and neural networks. He is currently the Director of Engineering at Bioreason, Inc. in Sante Fe, New Mexico.