MATLAB and Simulink Based Books
Written for a one-semester course in numerical methods, this book provides comprehensive coverage of numerical problem solving. The text focuses on the practical application of numerical methods to engineering problems. Topics covered include mathematical modeling, programming in MATLAB, roots, optimization, and Gauss elimination. The revised third edition contains new chapters on eigenvalues and Fourier analysis, new sections on animation and Brent's method for root location, and many revised homework problems.
An introduction to MATLAB is included, and MATLAB is used to solve numerous application examples in the text.
(Instructors may obtain a set curriculum resources based on the book that include downloadable lecture slides, MATLAB homework exercises as well as the ability to request an evaluation copy of the text.)
Teaching materials based on MATLAB and Simulink