Now since my friends and I have successfully passed our certification exam to become official MATLAB® professionals, I wanted to share some nifty tricks to deal with optional, missing or false arguments in MATLAB®.
Everybody doing any kind of geometry, calculus or higher algebra will have stumbled over this number:
More commonly it is known as , Euler’s number. You may wonder, where does this number come from and why is it so important? Well… If you are like me that is: waiting for simulations to finish, having 20 minutes of spare time on your hands, and having a tenacious drive to understand things. So come along as I explain two different ways that result explain where this beautiful number comes from.
Working with objects once a project becomes sufficiently complex makes it much easier to keep track of things. MATLAB® (a.k.a. MATrix LABoratory) is a nice product by a company called MathWorks that makes matrix manipulation incredibly easy. For us engineers and academics it is the standard goto, regardless if we need to rapid prototype some functionality or develop a complex and convoluted system. Only recently did I discover a whole hidden side of MATLAB®: classes! And because I am an incredibly big fan of those beasts I decided to write a quick summary of how to use them.