Introduction to GNU Octave
by Jason Lachniet
Publisher: Wytheville Community College 2017
Number of pages: 118
A brief introduction to scientific computing with Gnu Octave. Designed as a textbook supplement for freshman and sophomore level linear algebra and calculus students. This guide is heavy on linear algebra and makes a good supplement to a linear algebra textbook.
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