Christopher R. Doerr
The MATLAB 5 Handbook, by Darren Redfern and Colin Campbell, is an introduction to the MATLAB (matrix laboratory) programming language for beginners, as well as a reference book for experienced users.1 It is, according to the authors, "written for all MATLAB users, regardless of their discipline or field(s) of interest." MATLAB is an interpretive (not compiled) programming language based on arrays and matrices, and has many powerful, built-in, mathematical, and graphing functions.
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