MATLAB in Physics is a four lecture series in MATLAB that is offered to first year physics undergraduate students. This lecture shows how to use MATLAB to simulate physical systems using a range of methods. Projectile motion is analysed using the Symbolic Math Toolbox, then more complicated chaotic systems are simulated using the MATLAB ODE solvers.
Some advanced programming techniques such as Object Oriented Programming...
Designed for a course at the freshman or sophomore level, this book emphasizes the computational and geometrical aspects of linear algebra.
Generates elliptical shapes using the symmetry computational effort is minimized.
The enclosed files provide a nonlinear algorithm for controlling dynamical systems, particularly in regimes where linear control methods often fail, such as the targeting of states that are distant in phase space from the system dynamics (e.g., a...
MATLAB in Physics is a four lecture series in MATLAB that is offered to first year physics undergraduate students.
This lecture shows how to use MATLAB to fit experimental data such as that obtained in undergraduate physics experiments....
c This lecture investigates the underlying linear algebra that forms the basis of MATLAB. Aly Kassam is the author of this lecture, it is being submitted under Matt McDonnell's name solely to fit it in with the rest of the...
Dataset and m files for the Computational Statistics webinar.
myloess.m is used to interpolate a LOESS curve. chole_loess.m is the primary m files used during the webinar.
A zip file containing the examples that were used in the webinar: "Teaching and Research of Computational Finance with MATLAB"
Including: * GUI for pricing an options via CRR tree * Script for priocing via Finitie...
MGWT: Identification of protein coding regions using the Modified Gabor-wavelet transform.
Sequence of test: F56F11.4.fasta (included into the zip file) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/viewer....de&val=AF099922
This package is created with the highly appreciated theoretical help and under the supervision of Prof. DSc. Ketty Peeva.
Theoretical results and methods can be found in: 1. B. De Baets, Analytical solution methods for fuzzy...
Thus, this work offeres a sequential version of the LSI algorithm (SLSI). Its main difference from the existing algorithms is that the dimension of space is not fixed and dynamically changes to ensure a given level of relative...
the current version includes:
hwt.m: harmonic wavelet transform whwt:windowed harmonic wavelet transform Gabor_wt: Gabor wavlet transform
test_simple.m: phase estimation on needed frequency band by...
GloptiPoly is a MATLAB/SeDuMi add-on to build and solve convex linear matrix inequality (LMI) relaxations of the (generally non-convex) global optimization problem of minimizing a multivariable polynomial function subject to polynomial...
This Simulink library contains six ANFIS/CANFIS system variations. This library is for those who want to use the ANFIS system in the Simulink environment. Each model is implemented for training and operation in a sample-by-sample, on-line...
We use Conway's Game of Life to demonstrate different optimal control strategies for agent based models (ABM) with a focus on their computational complexity. We show different approaches for global and local controls.
This is a little script that adds several Gaussian or Lorentzian functions with the appropriate full width at half max and height to generate and plot a spectrum. The input is an array containing frequency vs oscillator strength, desired fwhm of...
This program calculates the Euclidean distances of every possible pair of points, whose coordinates are given as rows in a matrix. It is particularly useful for distance-based classifiers, due to its limited computational cost. The program can be...
This book is written for computational scientists who would like to incorporate state-of-the-art computational methods for solving large sparse systems of linear equations.
For a full book description and ordering information, please...
This is the 2-D Fast DOST Decomposition. The computational complexity is O(NlnN)
Simulate a time dependent solution of Schrodinger's equation and calculate energy spectrum of a 1D finite square well using split-operator method.
Reference: M. D. Feit, J. A. Fleck, Jr., and A. Steiger, "Solution of the... |