MATLAB Programming (De Gruyter)
Monday, 13 April 2020

The book presents fundamentals, data, statement structures, control structures, function writing and bugging of MATLAT programming. Author Dingyu Xue then presents algebraic computation, transcendental function evaluations and data processing. Advanced topics such as MATLAB interface design, object-oriented programming and graphical user interface design are also addressed. As its subtitle, Mathematical Problem Solutions suggests, this is a textbook and it originated at Tsinghua University,  a major research university in Beijing.



Author: Dingyu Xue
Publisher: De Gruyter
Date: March 2020
Pages: 265
ISBN: 978-3110663563
Print: 3110663562
Audience: Matlab programmers
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Mathematics 




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