Pdf Book Name: Programming and Engineering Computing with MATLAB 2019
Author: Huei-Huang Lee
Publisher: SDC Publications
ISBN-10, 13: 1630572977,978-1630572976
Pages: 550 pages
File size: 89 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB
Programming and Engineering Computing with MATLAB 2019 Pdf Book Description:
This book is developed mainly for junior undergraduate engineering students who have no programming experience, completely new to MATLAB. It may be used in courses such as Computers in Engineering, or others that use MATLAB as a software platform. It also can be used as a self-study book for learning MATLAB. Features of the Book Case studies and examples are the core of the book. We believe that the best way to learn MATLAB is to study programs written by experienced programmers and that these example programs determine the quality of a book. The examples in this book are carefully designed to teach students MATLAB programming as well as to inspire their problem solving potential. Many are designed to solve a class of problems, instead of a particular problem. Learning by doing is the teaching approach: students are guided to tackle a problem using MATLAB statements first and then the statements are explained line by line. If the meanings of a statement are obvious, further explanation may not be necessary at all. We believe that this is the most efficient and pain-free way of learning MATLAB. This approach, together with the extensive use of ordered textboxes, figures, and tables, largely reduces the size of the book, while providing desirable readability and comprehensiveness. Junior-college-level engineering problems are used. Background knowledge for these engineering problems is illustrated as thoroughly as possible. Reference materials outside the book can be found mostly either in the MATLAB on-line help or in Wikipedia, their exact locations always pointed out. The idea is that the reference materials should be immediately available for the students; they don’t need to go to the library searching for reference books or journal papers. Cross references inside the book always come with the page numbers to facilitate the reading.
To Students: How to Work with the Book Chapter 1 introduces MATLAB programming environment and overviews MATLAB functionalities. Chapters 2-9 discuss basic MATLAB functionalities in a progressive and comprehensive way. Chapters 10-13 give advanced topics that are useful in the college years. Each chapter consists of sections, each covering a topic and providing one or more examples. Related MATLAB functions are tabulated at the end of a section. Additional exercise problems are appended at the end of Chapters 2-9. Examples in a section are presented in a consistent way. An example is usually described first, followed by a MATLAB script. In many cases, the explanation is not even needed, since, as you type and execute the commands, you’ll appreciate the concepts that the example intends to convey. Text/graphics output, sometimes input as well, is presented. The rest of the text is to explain the statements of the script. Although providing all program files (see SDC Publications Website, next page), we hope that you type each statement yourself, since as you type you are acquainting yourself with the MATLAB language. Often, you mistype and take lots of time to fix the mistakes. However, fixing errors is a precious experience of the learning process. Further, whenever possible, execute the statements one at a time (If necessary, using debugging mode; see Section 1.11) and watch the outcome of each statement, i.e., the text/graphic output on the screen. One of the objectives of this book is to familiarize you with MATLAB on-line documentation, to ensure your continuing growth of MATLAB programming techniques even after the completion of this book. Therefore, consult the MATLAB on-line documentation as often as possible. In this book, we expect you to look up the on-line documentation yourself, whenever a new function is encountered.
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