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MATLAB is a software package for numerical computation with high quality graphics facilities. This course is for beginners and new users of the package and describes basic concepts and use of MATLAB , but not any other optional ‘Toolboxes’ available from the developers of MATLAB .
Prerequisites: Basic IT skills and knowledge of matrix algebra are assumed.
This talk is part of the Booking Required - Computing/IT Courses at the CMS series.
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