Pdf Book Name: MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications, 6th Edition
Author: Amos Gilat
Year: 2017 Pages
File size: 7 mb
File format: PDF
MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications, 6th Edition Pdf Book Description:
This succinct book is well known for its just-in-time learning strategy that provides students advice when they want it. The 6th Edition slowly presents the most recent MATLAB performance in detail. The publication includes numerous sample problems in math, science, and technology which are very similar to issues encountered by new users of MATLAB. MATLAB: An Introduction with Applications is meant for students that are using MATLAB for the very first time and also have little if any expertise in programming. It may be utilized as a textbook in first-year engineering classes or as a benchmark in more innovative science and technology classes at which MATLAB is introduced as an instrument for solving issues.
MATLAB is a very popular language for technical computing used by students, engineers, and scientists in universities, research institutes, and industries all over the world. The software is popular because it is powerful and easy to use. For university freshmen it can be thought of as the next tool to use after the graphic calculator in high school. This book was written following several years of teaching the software to freshmen in an introductory engineering course. The objective was to write a book that teaches the software in a friendly, non-intimidating fashion. Therefore, the book is written in simple and direct language. In many places bullets, rather than lengthy text, are used to list facts and details that are related to a specific topic. The book includes numerous sample problems in mathematics, science, and engineering that are similar to problems encountered by new users of MATLAB. This sixth edition of the book is updated to MATLAB Release 2016a. In addition, the end of chapter problems have been revised. In Chapters 1 through 8 close to 70% of the problems are new or different than in previous editions. I would like to thank several of my colleagues at The Ohio State University. Professor Richard Freuler for his comments, and Dr. Mike Parke for reviewing sections of the book and suggested modifications. I also appreciate the involvement and support of Professors Robert Gustafson, John Demel and Dr. John Merrill from the Engineering Education Innovation Center at The Ohio State University. Special thanks go to Professor Mike Lichtensteiger (OSU), and my daughter Tal Gilat (Marquette University), who carefully reviewed the first edition of the book and provided valuable comments and criticisms. Professor Brian Harper (OSU) has made a significant contribution to the new end of chapter problems in the present edition.
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