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Authors: Khan, Zubair Muhammad
Sarfarz, Zahid
Commission, Higher
Keywords: Matlab
Matlab Physics
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Higher Education Commission
Abstract: This is a 182 page book on MATLAB written by Dr. M. Zubair Khan and Mr. Zahid Sarfraz. The purpose of this book is to present MATLAB tutorial by examples. “Try and learn” one interesting fact about this book that you have never met before. “Introduction to MATLAB” is a document for an introductory course in MATLAB that guides the reader through each step of writing MATLAB programs. The book uses various examples in clear language to introduce concepts and practical tools. Effortless and comprehensive instructions allow beginners to learn and build up their MATLAB skills quickly. It is used for Applied Physics classes at Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science & Technology Islamabad. It focuses on the precise features of MATLAB that are useful for basic sciences students. We guess that the students have no past knowledge with MATLAB. The availability of MATLAB provides an opportunity to easily conduct mathematical experiments and to attempt logical and complicated problems. This book includes not only the basic concepts of MATLAB, but also an introduction to scientific computing, in which they will be useful for the forthcoming applied courses. In addition, engineering students will also use MATLAB in their other courses. This book can be used to a self-study book, and can be used as a textbook in universities, colleges and high schools. This book is also useful for that student who has no programming experience necessary to learn MATLAB. Number of solved examples with screenshots and plentiful exercise are included to help make MATLAB easy to understand. This covers MATLAB for beginner to advanced level student.
ISSN: 978-969-417-212-5 620.00151 ddc23.
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