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These 15 ebooks cater to everyone from students, freshman and engineers. Happy reading!!

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1. Numerical Computing with Matlab

Author: by Cleve B. Moler
Publisher: SIAM, 2004

This textbook provides an introductory course in numerical methods, MATLAB, and technical computing. It emphasis on explaining the use of mathematical software. The book has used computer graphics, including interactive graphical expositions of numerical algorithms. The topics include introduction to MATLAB; linear equations; interpolation; zeros and roots; least squares; quadrature; ordinary differential equations; Fourier analysis; random numbers; eigenvalues and singular values; and partial differential equations.

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2. Experiments with MATLAB

Author: Cleve B. Moler
Publisher: SIAM, 2008

The book introduces Matlab by way of examples and experiments. A lot of experiments involve understanding and modifying Matlab scripts and functions. A reader should have access to Matlab and to SIAM’s exm toolbox, the collection of programs and data that are described in Experiments with MATLAB.

3. Physical Modeling in MATLAB

Author: Allen Downey
Publisher: Green Tea Press, 2008

An introductory textbook for people who have not programmed before. Covers basic MATLAB programming with emphasis on modeling and simulation of physical systems. The book starts with scalar values and works up to vectors and matrices very gradually.

4. MATLAB Programming

Publisher: Wikibooks, 2012

MATLAB is a numerical computing environment and fourth-generation programming language developed by MathWorks. It started out as a matrix programming language where linear algebra programming was simple. It can be run both under interactive sessions and as a batch job.

5. Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB for Students and Researchers

Author: John W. Leis
Publisher: Wiley

With its active, hands-on learning approach, this text enables readers to master the underlying principles of digital signal processing and its many applications in industries such as digital television, mobile and broadband communications, and medical/scientific devices. Carefully developed MATLAB examples throughout the text illustrate the mathematical concepts and use of digital signal processing algorithms. Readers will develop a deeper understanding of how to apply the algorithms by manipulating the codes in the examples to see their effect. Moreover, plenty of exercises help to put knowledge into practice solving real-world signal processing challenges.

6. Matlab/Simulink Tutorial

Publisher: University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 2003

Matlab stands for Matrix Laboratory. The very first version of Matlab, written at the University of New Mexico and Stanford University in the late 1970s was intended for use in Matrix theory, Linear algebra and Numerical analysis. Later and with the addition of several toolboxes the capabilities of Matlab were expanded and today it is a very powerful tool at the hands of an engineer.

7. An Introduction to Matlab

Author: Krister Ahlersten
Publisher: BookBoon, 2012

This book is an introduction to the basics of Matlab without requiring any previous experience of programming. Through a series of easily followed examples, the book builds your knowledge step-by-step so that, at the end, you will master all the fundamentals of the program.

8. MATLAB: A Fundamental Tool for Scientific Computing and Engineering Applications

Author: Vasilios N. Katsikis
Publisher: InTech, 2012

These volumes present interesting topics from different areas of engineering, signal and image processing based on the MATLAB environment. This collection of high quality articles refers to a large range of professional fields and can be used for science as well as for various educational purposes.

9. Technology and Engineering Applications of Simulink

Author: Subhas Chakravarty
Publisher: InTech, 2012

Building on MATLAB, Simulink provides a platform for engineers to plan, model, design, simulate, test and implement complex electromechanical, dynamic control, signal processing and communication systems. This book demonstrates the power and capabilities of Simulink to solve engineering problems with varied degree of complexity in the virtual environment.

10. Applications of MATLAB in Science and Engineering

Author: Tadeusz Michalowski
Publisher: InTech, 2011

The book consists of 24 chapters illustrating a wide range of areas where MATLAB tools are applied. These areas include mathematics, physics, chemistry and chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, biological (molecular biology) and medical sciences, communication and control systems, digital signal, image and video processing, system modeling and simulation.

11. MATLAB for Engineers: Applications in Control, Electrical Engineering, IT and Robotics

Author: Karel Perutka
Publisher: InTech, 2011

The book presents several approaches in the key areas of practice for which the MATLAB software package was used. It will be of great interest to control and electrical engineers and students in the fields of research the book covers.

12. MATLAB: A Ubiquitous Tool for the Practical Engineer

Author: Clara M. Ionescu
Publisher: InTech, 2011

MATLAB has became a de facto tool for the modern system engineer. This book is written for both engineering students, as well as for practicing engineers. The wide range of applications in which MATLAB is the working framework, shows that it is a powerful, comprehensive and easy-to-use environment for performing technical computations.

13. An Introduction to Solving Engineering Problems with Matlab

Author: Darryl Morrell
Publisher: CK-12 Foundation, 2009

MATLAB is a programming language used by several computational packages known as m-file environments. This text is intended to introduce freshman engineering students to problem solving using an m-file environment. Most of the information in this text applies to any m-file environment.

14. Control Engineering: An introduction with the use of Matlab

Author: Derek Atherton
Publisher: BookBoon, 2009

The book covers the basic aspects of linear single loop feedback control theory. Explanations of the mathematical concepts used in classical control such as root loci, frequency response and stability methods are explained by making use of MATLAB plots but omitting the detailed mathematics found in many textbooks. There is a chapter on PID control and two chapters provide brief coverage of state variable methods.


The writer is a senior correspondent at EFY, Gurgaon

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