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Matlab/Simulink Tutorial

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Matlab/Simulink Tutorial

Publisher: University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Number of pages: 62

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Matlab stands for Matrix Laboratory. The very first version of Matlab, written at the University of New Mexico and Stanford University in the late 1970s was intended for use in Matrix theory, Linear algebra and Numerical analysis. Later and with the addition of several toolboxes the capabilities of Matlab were expanded and today it is a very powerful tool at the hands of an engineer.

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