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MATLAB R2011a full Portable by Goodcow
MATLAB R2011a full Portable by Goodcow

MATLAB R2011a full Portable by Goodcow | 2.66 GB
Naya version of professional software-based solution to a wide range of scientific and applied problems in the modeling of objects in the arsenal which inoovatsionnaya interactive environment for algorithm development and the most advanced tools for data analysis.
About The MathWorks, Inc.


Founded in 1984, MathWorks specializes in software development in the field of numerical computing, simulation and computer-aided design. With a network of offices around the world and collaborating with leading software companies, MathWorks constantly expanding their field of specialization and releases new enhanced versions of products. About one million engineers and scientists around the world use software MathWorks. The company's products are used by leading technology and financial organizations, research institutes and educational institutions. MathWorks software is aimed at solving various engineering problems and accelerates the creation and implementation of innovative technologies for scientific research in fields such as medicine, ecology, aviatehnologiya, energy, education, etc. In recent years, MathWorks software is used extensively in the field of genetic engineering, designing economic models and analysis of their stability under extreme conditions, testing technologies, diagnostics and scientific forecasting. The company's program to help develop effective and safe application, and powerful control system.

About Mathworks Matlab
MathWorks MATLAB is a high-level language for technical computing, interactive development environment algorithms, and modern tools of data analysis. MathWorks MATLAB compared to traditional programming languages (C / C + +, Java, Pascal, FORTRAN) allows an order to reduce the solution time for common tasks and simplifies the development of new algorithms.
MATLAB as a programming language was developed Moulerom Cleve (Cleve Moler) in the late 1970's, when he was dean of the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico. The purpose of development is the problem to give students the faculty 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 to 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 the visit of Clive Moulera Stanford University in 1983. Realizing that new language has great commercial potential, he teamed up with Clive Moulerom and Steve Bangert (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 by the name JACKPAC. MATLAB was originally intended for the design of control systems (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-level interpreted programming language, including the matrix structure based on the data, a wide range of functions, integrated development environment, object-oriented features and interfaces to programs written in other programming languages.





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