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MATLAB R2011b Micro \ Mini

Updated and improved compiler MATLAB Compiler, which now fully

supports the language MATLAB, enabling developers to more effectively

create independent applications. Among the new software features

should be noted redesigned user interface, including new programming

and debugging tools, automatic analysis of the quality of code, as

well as the ability to save the program file directly to HTML-and

Word-format. New interactive graphing tools provide a quick and easy

creation of graphs MATLAB, including the ability to generate code for

multiple re-create the graphs.

MATLAB as a programming language was developed by Clive Moulerom

(Cleve Moler) in the late 1970s, when he was Dean of the Faculty of

Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. The development

objective of the task served as the faculty to give students the

opportunity to use software libraries Linpack and EISPACK without

having to learn Fortran. Soon, a new language has spread to other

universities and was greeted with great interest by scientists working

in the field of applied mathematics. Until now, the Internet can find

a version in 1982, written in Fortran, is open-source software.

Engineer John Little (born John N. (Jack) Little) met with the

language during a visit to Clive Moulera Stanford University in 1983.

Realizing that the new language has great commercial potential, he

teamed up with Clive and Steve Bangert Moulerom (Steve Bangert).

Together, they rewrote MATLAB in C and founded in 1984 from The

MathWorks for further development. These re-written in C libraries

have long been known as the JACKPAC. Originally intended for the

MATLAB design of control systems (the main specialty of John Little),

but quickly gained popularity in many other scientific and engineering

fields. It is also widely used in education, in particular, for the

teaching of linear algebra and numerical methods. Language MATLAB is a

high-interpreted programming language, including matrices based on

data structures, a wide range of functions, an integrated development

environment, object-oriented capabilities and interfaces to programs

written in other programming languages.

Programs written in MATLAB, are of two types - functions and

scripts. Functions have input and output arguments, as well as your

own work space to store intermediate results of calculations and

variables. The scripts also use a common workspace. As scripts and

functions are not compiled into machine code and saved as text files.

There is also an option to save the so-called pre-parsed programs -

roles and scripts that are processed into a form suitable for machine

execution. In general, such programs run faster than normal,

especially if the function contains commands for plotting. The main

feature of MATLAB is the language of his opportunities to work with

matrices, which are the creators of the language expressed in the

slogan "Think vector´┐Ż (Think vectorized). MathWorks MATLAB is the

foundation of all MathWorks family of products is the main tool for

solving a wide range of scientific and applied problems in areas such

as modeling facilities and development of control systems, design of

communication systems, signal and image processing, measurement

signals and testing, financial modeling , computational biology, and