CDS 101/110 - MATLAB/SIMULINK Tutorial

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* A Matlab/Simulink tutorial will be held in 328 SFL on Friday, Oct. 2 from 3:30--5:30 pm (by Andrea Censi).  An additional one may be scheduled to accomodate those who are unable to attend.
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* A Matlab/Simulink tutorial will be held in 328 SFL on Friday, Oct. 2 from 3:30--5:30 pm (by Andrea Censi).  An additional session may be scheduled to accomodate those who are unable to attend.
 
* '''Please bring your laptop with Matlab installed if possible; if not, a laptop will be provided.'''
 
* '''Please bring your laptop with Matlab installed if possible; if not, a laptop will be provided.'''
 
* The review will cover Matlab and Simulink capabilities that are needed for this class.  Some of the more basic and broad capabilities will only be briefly mentioned; for more information on basic syntax and capabilities, please see this introductory presentation: [[Media:Matlab_tutorial.pdf|Matlab Intro]]
 
* The review will cover Matlab and Simulink capabilities that are needed for this class.  Some of the more basic and broad capabilities will only be briefly mentioned; for more information on basic syntax and capabilities, please see this introductory presentation: [[Media:Matlab_tutorial.pdf|Matlab Intro]]

Revision as of 15:34, 25 September 2009

CDS 101/110a Schedule Recitations FAQ AM08 (errata)


  • A Matlab/Simulink tutorial will be held in 328 SFL on Friday, Oct. 2 from 3:30--5:30 pm (by Andrea Censi). An additional session may be scheduled to accomodate those who are unable to attend.
  • Please bring your laptop with Matlab installed if possible; if not, a laptop will be provided.
  • The review will cover Matlab and Simulink capabilities that are needed for this class. Some of the more basic and broad capabilities will only be briefly mentioned; for more information on basic syntax and capabilities, please see this introductory presentation: Matlab Intro
  • Files needed for the tutorial: queue_admcontrol.m, admcontrol_fcn.m



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