ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING WITH MATLAB BY D. M. ETTER

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See and discover other items: The text, divided into three parts, aims to provide both fundamental and advanced tools and techniques to solve engineering problems. Some features of WorldCat will not be available. As an introduction, I used this text during a level introductory course to engineering computing and computer programming. Find full courses and labs. Finding libraries that hold this item Learning a programming language especially C isn’t easy for many people, myself included, and this book doesn’t make it any easier.

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I recommend this book! Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. It introduces general problem-solving and design techniques through a five-step process using MATLAB engineering software, for analysis and graphical display. Get to Know Us.

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Not only do the examples have errors, but the problem sets problek all sorts of typos. Presenting a consistent five-step problem-solving methodology, the author describes the computational and visualization capabilities of MATLAB, and illustrates the problem solving process through a variety of engineering examples and applications. Topics covered include basic engineering computing and visualization, numerical techniques for solving linear equations, symbolic math, signal processing, and control systems.

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It’s easy to read and there are many nice practical examples to provide students motivation for learning and mastering the material. As an introduction, I used this text during a level introductory course to engineering computing and computer programming.

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