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Matlab Projects for MAS 3114 Here are some basic guidelines for the Matlab projects. 1. You may work together on the projects in groups of at most three. Each group should turn in a single project. No collaboration of any kind is permitted with anyone outside your group. The only refer- ences you may use are the textbook, the online documentation sup- plied with Matlab, the Matlab guides linked from my web page, and any Matlab reference manual which has been approved in advance by me. 2. The material you turn in for these projects should take the form of a report. Your report should include program listings together with
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Unformatted text preview: detailed explanations and comments. Part of your job is to make sure I understand what your program is doing. 3. Your reports must be turned in at the beginning of class on the due date. I will be distributing solutions, so late projects will not be accepted. Your reports must be hard copyno email. 4. The best way to learn about Matlab is through the online tutorial supplied with the package. In addition, there are links to some Mat-lab guides on the course web page, http://www.math.ufl.edu/~keating/3114...
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