MATLAB Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach is published by Apress on November 23, 2015. This book has 297 pages in English, ISBN-10 148420560X, ISBN-13 978-1484205600. PDF is available for download below.
Learn from state-of-the-art examples in robotics, motors, detection filters, chemical processes, aircraft, and spacecraft. MATLAB Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach is a practical reference for industry engineers using MATLAB to solve everyday problems. With this book you will review contemporary MATLAB coding including the latest language features and use MATLAB as a software development environment including code organization, GUI development, and algorithm design and testing.
This book provides practical guidance for using MATLAB to build a body of code you can turn to time and again for solving technical problems in your line of work. Develop algorithms, test them, visualize the results, and pass the code along to others to create a functional code base for your firm.
What you’ll learn
- Learn how to build industrial-strength toolboxes
- Move beyond a folder of scripts and create well-organized, reusable MATLAB code modules
- Leverage MATLAB as an IDE and not just a programming language
- Build a functional code base for your company or department
- Create your own GUIs for repeatable workflows
Who this book is for
This book is written for engineers and scientists who use MATLAB on a regular basis and who want to take their coding to a higher level, i.e. people who want to make commercial-quality MATLAB toolboxes. This book may be used by students who are required to use MATLAB for their courses and projects as well as professionals who use MATLAB to solve problems on the job.