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Physical Modeling in MATLAB Physical Modeling in MATLAB Physical Modeling in MATLAB

Physical Modeling in MATLAB Physical Modeling in MATLAB Physical Modeling in MATLAB

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Physical Modeling in MATLAB by Allen Downey, Green Tea Press. This book is for people who have never programmed before. and conten that topics:Variables and values, Scripts, Loops, Vectors, Functions, Zero-finding, Functions of vectors, Ordinary Differential Equations, Systems of ODEs, Second-order systems, Optimization and Interpolation, Vectors as vectors,
Physical Modeling in MATLAB by Allen Downey, Green Tea Press. This book is for people who have never programmed before. and conten that topics:Variables and values, Scripts, Loops, Vectors, Functions, Zero-finding, Functions of vectors, Ordinary Differential Equations, Systems of ODEs, Second-order systems, Optimization and Interpolation, Vectors as vectors,

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compound: A statement, like if and for, that contains other statements in

an indented body.

nesting: Putting one compound statement in the body of another.

relational operator: An operator that compares two values and generates a

logical value as a result.

logical value: A value that represents either “true” or “false”. MATLAB uses

the values 1 and 0, respectively.

flag: A variable that contains a logical value, often used to store the status of

some condition.

scalar: A single value.

vector: A sequence of values.

matrix: A two-dimensional collection of values (also called “array” in some

MATLAB documentation).

index: An integer value used to indicate one of the values in a vector or matrix

(also called subscript in some MATLAB documentation).

element: One of the values in a vector or matrix.

elementwise: An operation that acts on the individual elements of a vector or

matrix (unlike some linear algebra operations).

reduce: A way of processing the elements of a vector and generating a single

value; for example, the sum of the elements.

apply: A way of processing a vector by performing some operation on each of

the elements, producing a vector that contains the results.

search: A way of processing a vector by examining the elements in order until

one is found that has the desired property.

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