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Introduction to MATLAB - Sikander M. Mirza

Introduction to MATLAB - Sikander M. Mirza

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This is an introductory Matlab how to guide by a Pakistani professor. Certainly the English is not so good, but it teach you the basics effectively. Overall, a nice beginner's tutorial.
This is an introductory Matlab how to guide by a Pakistani professor. Certainly the English is not so good, but it teach you the basics effectively. Overall, a nice beginner's tutorial.

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Published by: Nasir Jumani on Jul 20, 2010
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The column vectors in Matlab are formed by using a set of numbers in a pair
of square brackets and separating them with semi-colon. Therefore, one can
define two column vectors A and B and add them as below:

» A=[1;2;3]; B=[4;5;6]; A+B
ans =

5
7
9

The two column vectors were defined first and then their sum was obtained. In
similar way, all other standard operations with the column vectors can be
carried out.

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