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Course Pages

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1 vidéo (Total 2 min), 3 lectures
1 vidéo
3 lectures
Syllabus10 min
Grading and Logistics10 min
Recommended Textbook10 min
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The MATLAB Environment

We will learn how to start MATLAB and will familiarize ourselves with its user interface. We will learn how to use MATLAB as a sophisticated calculator. We will learn about syntax and semantics. We will see ways in which MATLAB provides help. Finally, we will learn how to create plots in MATLAB.

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7 vidéos (Total 132 min), 1 lecture, 2 quiz
7 vidéos
Running MATLAB11 min
The MATLAB Desktop1 h
MATLAB as a Calculator14 min
Syntax and Semantics5 min
Help8 min
Plotting19 min
1 lecture
Lesson 1: The MATLAB Environment10 min
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3
3 heures pour terminer

Matrices and Operators

The basic unit with which we work in MATLAB is the matrix. We solve problems by manipulating matrices, and operators are the primary means by which we manipulate them. We will learn how to define matrices, extract parts of them and combine them to form new matrices. We will learn how to use operators to add, subtract, multiply, and divide matrices, and we will learn that there are several different types of multiplication and division. Finally, we will learn MATLAB’s rules for determining the order in which operators are carried out when more than one of them appear in the same expression.

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6 vidéos (Total 82 min), 1 lecture, 4 quiz
6 vidéos
The Colon Operator8 min
Accessing Parts of a Matrix21 min
Combining and Transforming Matrices10 min
Arithmetic Part 118 min
Arithmetic Part 211 min
1 lecture
Lesson 2: Matrices and Operators10 min
1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Lesson 2 Wrap-up20 min
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2 heures pour terminer

Functions

Functions let us break up complex problems into smaller, more manageable parts. We will learn how functions let us create reusable software components that can be applied in many different programs. We will learn how the environment inside a function is separated from the outside via a well defined interface through which it communicates with that outside world. We will learn how to define a function to allow input to it when it initiates its execution and output from it when it is done.

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7 vidéos (Total 50 min), 1 lecture, 3 quiz
7 vidéos
Function I/O22 min
Formal Definition of Functions2 min
Subfunctions6 min
Scope5 min
Advantages of Functions2 min
Scripts4 min
1 lecture
Lesson 3: Functions10 min
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Programmer's Toolbox

MATLAB has useful built-in functions and we will explore many of them in this section. We will learn about polymorphism and how MATLAB exploits it to change a function's behavior on the basis of the number and type of its inputs. Because random numbers play an important role in computer programming, we will learn how to use the MATLAB random number generator. We will learn how to get input from the keyboard, how to print to the Command Window, and how to plot graphs in a Figure window. Finally, we will learn how to find programming errors with the help of the debugger.

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5 vidéos (Total 83 min), 1 lecture, 2 quiz
5 vidéos
Matrix Building15 min
Input / Output20 min
Plotting17 min
Debugging22 min
1 lecture
Lesson 4: Programmer's Toolbox10 min
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4 heures pour terminer

Selection

Selection is the means by which MATLAB makes decisions about the order in which it executes its statements. We will learn how to use the if-statement, which is the most important method of selection. We will learn how to use relational operators and logical operators. We will learn how to write polymorphic functions and how to make functions resistant to error.

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7 vidéos (Total 80 min), 1 lecture, 4 quiz
7 vidéos
Selection11 min
If-Statements, Continued8 min
Relational and Logical Operators34 min
Nested If-Statements2 min
Variable Number of Function Arguments6 min
Robustness8 min
Persistent Variables6 min
1 lecture
Lesson 5: Selection10 min
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6 heures pour terminer

Loops

Loops give computers their power. We will learn how to use both of MATLAB's loop constructs: the for-loop and the while-loop. We will learn how the break-statement works, and we will use nested loops. We will learn how to make loops more efficient. We will learn about logical indexing and will see how to use it to produce implicit loops that are efficient and easy for a user to understand.

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5 vidéos (Total 133 min), 1 lecture, 4 quiz
5 vidéos
For-Loops36 min
While-Loops20 min
Break Statements29 min
Logical Indexing37 min
Preallocation8 min
1 lecture
Lesson 6: Loops10 min
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8
5 heures pour terminer

Data Types

Computers operate on bits, but humans think in terms of numbers, words, and other types of data. Like any good language, MATLAB organizes bits into convenient data types. We will study those types in this section. We will learn that there are ten types of numbers and that there are conversion functions to change one type into another. We will learn much more about strings and how the characters in them are encoded as numbers. We will learn how to produce heterogeneous collections of data via structs and cells, and we will learn how to store points in time and time durations.

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6 vidéos (Total 194 min), 1 lecture, 2 quiz
6 vidéos
Character Arrays29 min
Structs14 min
Cells21 min
The String Type (Introduced in 2017a)48 min
The Datetime and Duration Types (Introduced in 2014b)59 min
1 lecture
Lesson 7: Data Types10 min
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9
6 heures pour terminer

File Input/Output

Files are named areas in permanent memory for storing data that can be used as input or output to MATLAB and to other programs. We will be introduced to MATLAB’s most important methods for reading and writing files. We will learn how to create, read from, and write into MAT-files, Excel files, text files, and binary files. We will learn how to navigate among folders with MATLAB commands.

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4 vidéos (Total 75 min), 2 lectures, 5 quiz
4 vidéos
Excel Files9 min
Text Files12 min
Binary Files38 min
2 lectures
Lesson 8: File I/O10 min
Almost there!1 min
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par MKSep 25th 2016

There is much more to MATLAB than what the course can cover. But It has definitely provided me with the necessary skills and confidence to use it in tackling the practical problems in the real world.

par MSApr 8th 2019

Very good course, it has some really mind blowing problem sets. I would suggest everyone to hit the problems with a blank mind, i found completely different ways to solve them, and that was amazing.

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Akos Ledeczi

Professor of Computer Engineering / Senior Research Scientist
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science / Institute for Software Integrated Systems
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Mike Fitzpatrick

Professor Emeritus of Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Neurosurgery, and Radiology
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Neurological Surgery, Radiology & Radiological Sciences

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