دانلود رایگان کتاب Basics of MATLAB and Beyond
دانلود رایگان کتاب Basics of MATLAB and Beyond نوشته Andrew Knight توسط گروه مهندسی الکترونیک قرار داده شده است. علاقمندان می توانند برای اطلاع بیشتر از محتویات این کتاب بر روی گزینه “اطلاعات بیشتر” کلیک کنند.
This book arose from notes written for matlab training courses run within the Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation. The book is in two parts. Each part was originally a two-day course, designed assuming that students were seated at a computer with matlab running.
Part 1 is an introductory course suitable for those with no experience at all with matlab. It is written in a self contained way; if you go through the notes, all the new commands and ideas are explained as they are introduced.
Part 2 is a more advanced course suitable for those who are already familiar with the basics of matlab. It covers a variety of topics, some of which you may not be interested in; if so, you should be able to skip that section without detriment to other sections.
You can get the m-files that accompany this book from the “Download” section of the CRC Press web site (www.crcpress.com). The files are available in zip or gzipped tar format, and can be extracted using WinZip on a PC, or by using gunzip and tar on unix. You will need to put them in a directory where matlab will be able to find them. You can either use the cd command to move matlab’s working directory to the directory you extract the files to, or add that directory to matlab’s search path. (You can display matlab’s current working directory by typing pwd (print working directory) in the command window.) On a PC or Macintosh, you can add directories to matlab’s path by clicking on the path browser button at the top of the matlab command window (it is the button with two folders on it to the left of the question mark button). In the path browser, select the menu “Path→Add to path”, then select the directory containing the extracted files using the browse button (on PCs it is the one with three dots on it), then check the “add to back” option before pressing “OK”. Then click “File→Save Path” before you exit the path browser. If you are using another platform you can use the path command from within matlab (type help path for instructions). You can install this path each time you start matlab by putting an appropriate path command in a file called startup.m in a directory called matlab situated immediately below your home directory.