MATLAB and Simulink Based Books
Written for engineering students in MATLAB and numerical methods courses, this book is designed to develop a strong working knowledge of MATLAB, and to help students write efficient, compact programs to solve engineering problems of varying complexity. Topics covered include the MATLAB environment, command window management, definitions of matrices and vectors, and program flow control.
MATLAB is used throughout the book to solve application examples. In addition, several chapters use Simulink, Control System Toolbox, Statistics and Machine Learning Toolbox, Optimization Toolbox, Symbolic Math Toolbox, System Identification Toolbox, and Partial Differential Equation Toolbox to solve application examples.
Edward B. Magrab, University of Maryland at College Park
Shapour Azarm, University of Maryland
Balakumar Balachandran, University of Maryland
James Duncan, University of Maryland
Keith Herold, University of Maryland
Gregory Walsh, University of Maryland
Prentice Hall, 2011
Teaching materials based on MATLAB and Simulink