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Lecture 1: Introduction to MATLAB Cinna (see-na) Wu [email protected] Modified from slides by Ryan Hynd Department of Mathematics University of California, Berkeley Math 98 : Introduction to MATLAB programming
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Announcements Announcements syllabus/class web page : http://math.berkeley.edu/ ~ cinnawu/math98.html class routine : I present several (interactive) topics, you do exercises and practice Matlab. purchase student version of MATLAB $100 purchase text book Optional : Check class web page for suggested texts. HW1 : Will be assigned on Thursday.
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Calculating in the command window Some basics When you launch MATLAB you see five basic windows: Command window, command history, current directory, workspace, and help browser. We shall see that the command window is a ”programmable calculator.” This is where we will perform basic calculations, debug programs etc. When we start writing programs the current directory window will tell us what folders we have open to use. We won’t use command history and workspace
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2012 for the course MATH 98 taught by Professor Instuctor during the Fall '08 term at Berkeley.

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