Best Reference Books – Programming Using Matlab

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Programming Using Matlab subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Programming Using Matlab along with reviews.

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1. “Optimization Methods and Mathematical Programming Using Matlab” by Scientific Books
2. “Introduction to Neural Networks Using Matlab 6.0” by Sumathi S and Sivanandam S

“Introduction to Neural Networks Using Matlab 6.0” Book Review: The book is designed for undergraduate students of neural networks. The book is primarily on MATLAB. It is made in an easy to understand manner specifically for beginners.

3. “Learning Programming Using MATLAB (Synthesis Lectures on Electrical Engineering)” by Khalid Sayood and Richard C Dorf

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“Learning Programming Using MATLAB (Synthesis Lectures on Electrical Engineering)” Book Review: The book is for beginners wanting to learn about computer programming. It introduces beginners with fundamental concepts of computer programming and MATLABr. It contains topics such as how MATLAB is better than other computer languages. It also contains numerous exercises at the end of each chapter for better understanding.

4. “Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Wavelets” by Michael Weeks

“Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Wavelets” Book Review: This book is designed for senior undergraduate students of engineering. It is also helpful to computer science students and engineers. It provides mathematical processes and techniques required for understanding DSP theory. The topic of MATLAB includes filters, sinusoids, sampling and fourier transform.

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5. “Introduction to Parallel Computing Using MATLAB” by Alyasseri Zaid

“Introduction to Parallel Computing Using MATLAB” Book Review: This book is designed for users having basic knowledge of MATLAB. It is about parallel computing through MATLAB. It consists of old and new versions of MATLAB. It contains such as MatlabMPI, bcMPI and pMATLAB.

6. “Arduino Programming using MATLAB” by Agus Kurniawan

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“Arduino Programming using MATLAB” Book Review: The book is about the features of Arduino in MATLAB. This book helps in developing arduino programs using matlab. The book includes topics like preparing a development environment, working with I2C and working with SPI.

7. “Understanding Programming Aspects of Diabetic Retinopathy Lesions Using MATLAB” by Pravin L Dr Yannawar and Rajput
8. “Programming for Chemical Engineers Using C, C++ and MATLAB” by Raul Raymond A Kapuno

“Programming for Chemical Engineers Using C, C++ and MATLAB” Book Review: This book is helpful to students of chemical engineering and professionals of industry. It presents a way to write reusable computer programs. It also consists of a CD-ROM with codes, simulations and executable etc.

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9. “Understanding Digital Image Processing Using Matlab” by Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar and Ramesh Manza
10. “Linear Programming Using MATLAB® (Springer Optimization and Its Applications)” by Nikolaos Ploskas and Nikolaos Samaras

“Linear Programming Using MATLAB® (Springer Optimization and Its Applications)” Book Review: This book is useful to scientists, researchers, mathematical programmers and students with knowledge of algebra and calculus. The book is a blend of theoretical and computational presentation. It presents a variety of linear programming algorithms and simplex methods and its components. It provides knowledge of MATLAB codes and its implementations.

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