Introduction to Programming with MATLAB

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Course No: MATH.2720; Last Offered: Summer 2017;

Course Description

This course will introduce basic programming concepts using MATLAB as the programming environment. Topics include an introduction to MATLAB, array manipulation, graphics, script files, data input and output, relational and logical operators, conditional statements, loops, and iterative procedures. Additional topics will be discussed as time permits. Additional topics will be chosen from the following: finding roots of nonlinear equations, random number generation, Markov processes, simple statistics, interpolation, and the basics of Fourier analysis.

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