Modeling the United States Economy
Economists and policymakers are concerned with understanding the dynamics of economies, especially during periods of significant macroeconomic shocks. Although numerous approaches are possible, we will develop a small macroeconomic model in the style of Smets and Wouters.
Measuring Signal Similarities
Measure signal similarities. It will help you answer questions such as: How do I compare signals with different lengths or different sampling rates? How do I find if there is a signal or just noise in a measurement? Are two signals related? How to measure a delay between two signals (and how do I align them)? How do I compare the frequency content of two signals?
Automatically Detect and Recognize Text in Natural Images
Detect regions in an image that contain text. This is a common task performed on unstructured scenes. Unstructured scenes are images that contain undetermined or random scenarios. For
Wind Farm (IG)
Phasor simulation of a 9-MW wind farm using Induction Generators (IG) driven by variable-pitch wind turbines.
Compare Fits Programmatically
Fit and compare polynomials up to sixth degree using Curve Fitting Toolbox, fitting some census data. It also shows how to fit a single-term exponential equation and compare this to the
Compute Sample ACF and PACF
Compute the sample autocorrelation function (ACF) and partial autocorrelation function (PACF) to qualitatively assess autocorrelation.
Use Simulink® to model a toy quadcopter, based on the Parrot (R) series of mini-drones, to help estimate the snow levels on the MathWorks Apple Hill campus roof.
Simulation of a Bouncing Ball
Use two different approaches to modeling a bouncing ball using Simulink®.
Basic Matrix Operations
Basic techniques and functions for working with matrices in the MATLAB® language.
Modeling a Fault-Tolerant Fuel Control System
Combine Stateflow® with Simulink® to efficiently model hybrid systems. This type of modeling is particularly useful for systems that have numerous possible operational modes based on
You can display multiple plots in different subregions of the same window using the subplot function.
To create two-dimensional line plots, use the plot function. For example, plot the value of the sine function from 0 to 2\pi :