Matlab on ECE machines and networked workstations


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What level of knowledge with MATLAB do you need for ECE 220?
As a minimum you should be able to do:
Experiments 1-7 from the old ECE 306, Engineering Computing Laboratory, course and
Experiments 1 and 2 from the old ECE 361, Laboratory for Signals and Systems Analysis course.

What do you need to do to request a waiver of the ECE 201 prerequisite requirement for taking ECE 220?
1. Ensure you are able to do the labs as shown above.
2. Send to Dr. Sutton at wsutton@gmu.edu a "contractual" statement.

How to use Matlab
A short 5-page introduction formatted in .pdf


How to use Matlab
A short 5-page introduction formatted in .dvi


Indiana U. "Introduction to MATLAB"
A good on-line reference.


Indiana U. "MATLAB Center "
A jumping-off page for additional resources.


Matlab Primer
A 25-page document by Kermit Sigmond giving a short introduction to Matlab programming. A must for a beginner. (PDF)


Matlab Primer
A 25-page document by Kermit Sigmond giving a short introduction to Matlab programming. A must for a beginner. (Formatted in .dvi)


Matlab Answers from Athena at MIT
A short list (25) of "How To" answers to basic questions on Matlab

FAQ about Matlab
MathWorks' answers to frequently asked questions about Matlab (long list)

Student Edition
Information on the Student Edition of Matlab

MathWorks, Inc. Web Server
This is a connection to the WWW server of the Matlab producer

Data Files
A list of special data files in .mat format

Matlab Functions
A dictionary-style listing of various Matlab functions

Directory Documentation of Matlab 4.2
This is a hierarchical list of the Matlab 4.2 resources available on on bass. It begins with the /usr/share/local/matlab42 directory and traverses every file and subdirectory.
The only links that exists in these files are links to the subdirectories. (This is an EXPERT ONLY resource, important for updates of installation)

Signal Processing Information Base at Rice University
The Signal Processing Information Base(SPIB) is project sponsored by the Signal Processing Society and the National Science Foundation.
SPIB is a repository of data, papers, software, newsgroups, bibliographies, and addresses, as well as links to other relevant repositories.


compiled by Jerod M. Parker(jparker@bass.gmu.edu) June 1994,

& expanded/updated by A.M. on Apr 28, 1995 , Oct 2, 1995, Dec 14, 1997, and WS on Aug 31, 2002 and Jun 29, 2004