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3723-lecture-11 - ECEN/MAE 3723 Systems I MATLAB Lecture 1...

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ECEN/MAE 3723 – Systems I MATLAB Lecture 1
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Lecture Overview Introduction and History Matlab architecture Operation basics Visualization Programming Other useful information
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Introduction and History Invented by Cleve Moler in late 1970s to give students access to LINPACK and EISPACK without having to learn Fortran. Together with Jack Little and Steve Bangert they founded Mathworks in 1984 and created Matlab. The current version is 7. Interpreted-code based system in which the fundamental element is a matrix. Available for a large number of platforms: Windows, Linux, HP-UX, Mac OS X and Solaris
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Architecture Currently, the Matlab core contains a mixture of routines in C and Java New routines can be obtained by acquiring toolboxes Control systems, signal processing, image processing, neural networks, fuzzy logics, among many others. Simulink is one of their major toolboxes
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Architecture (2) Simulink is a software package for making modeling and simulation easy and fun . It is all based on block diagrams.
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Architecture (3) MATLAB (Code in C & Java) Toolbox Signal Processing Toolbox Control Systems SIMULINK
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Operation Basic Interface: Workspace Or Launch Pad Command History or Current Directory Command Window
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