Scientific Computing with MATLAB (Paul Gribble)

 
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Scientific Computing with MATLAB (Paul Gribble)

The purpose of this book is to teach you scientific computing skills, including tools and methods that you can apply to your own scientific investigations.

We'll concentrate on developing computational thinking skills and learning how to use high-level programming languages to implement particular algorithms (MATLAB).

Your capacity to perform scientific inquiry both now and in the future will be considerably improved by learning to program. With programming knowledge, you'll be able to create your own unique data processing, analysis, and visualization pipelines, going beyond what is offered in pre-packaged analysis tools. The use of MATLAB12, a sophisticated language and interactive environment for scientific computing, is the central organizing principle of the course and these notes.

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Paul Gribble is a Professor at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario Canada.
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English

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