The MathWorks News & Notes - 2008
Welcome from Jason Kinchen
MATLAB based algorithms translate the millions of drive files accumulated by test vehicles into reports on vehicle performance and refueling infrastructure.
Applying object-oriented techniques improves your ability to manage software complexity–particularly important when developing and maintaining large applications and data structures.
An integrated framework enables technicians unfamiliar with communications theory to specify an SDR design at a high level of abstraction.
New scenario analysis models enable Italy's leading bank to comply with Basel II requirements by holding capital against losses arising from operational risk.
Using Functional Electrical Stimulation to Restore Movement to Individuals with Neuromuscular Disabilities
Case Western Reserve University researchers developed a programmable device that sends electrical signals to an implant that activates paralyzed limbs and muscles.
Polyspace products use sophisticated math and analysis to prove the absence of run-time errors without the need to compile and run the code.
AUTOSAR, Curriculum Exchange, MATLAB Central, SimBiology, SimElectronics
New textbooks on signal processing, Model-Based Design and introductory programming.
Models to Real-Time Systems
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