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### matlabtutorial

Course: EECS 265, Fall 2009
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Introductory An MATLAB Tutorial for Engineers - Presented to UIC IEEE Student Chapter on Sept. 20, 2005 by Dr. Vladimir Goncharoff Tutorial Topics 1. Brief description of MATLAB1 Short for &quot;MATrix LABoratory&quot; MATLAB refers to both a numerical computing environment and to its core programming language. Created by The MathWorks, MATLAB allows easy matrix manipulation, plotting of functions and...

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