MATLAB, 6th Ed (Butterworth-Heinemann)
Wednesday, 21 September 2022

This book, subtitled "A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving" guides the reader through both programming and built-in functions to easily exploit MATLAB’s extensive capabilities for tackling engineering and scientific problems. Assuming no knowledge of programming, Stormy Attaway starts with programming concepts, such as variables, assignments, and selection statements, moves on to loops, and then solves problems using both the programming concept and the power of MATLAB.

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The sixth edition has been updated to reflect the functionality of the current version of MATLAB (R2021a), including the introduction of machine learning concepts and the Machine Learning Toolbox, and new sections on data formats and data scrubbing.

Author: Stormy Attaway
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
Date: September 2022
Pages: 592
ISBN: 978-0323917506
Print: 032391750X
Kindle: B09ZP4NKL6
Audience: MATLAB users
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Mathematics

 

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