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Fortgeschrittene Programmierung (Part 2, after 6.6.2004) 
PD Dr. Richard Mayr

Spring Term 2004

Part 1 of this lecture (given by Prof. De Raedt) gives an introduction to the language PROLOG.


Organizational Notes

Mid Term Exam: 13.7.2004, 11-13. (Total work time: 60 min.). Room 00-010/14, building 101.

Results of the 2. Midterm: Building 51, 2. floor, board next to room 02-007.

Corrected homework can be collected in Building 51, room 02-007, 9:00-12:00.

Final Exam: 10. September 2004. 10:00 - 12:00, SR 00-010/14, Geb. 101.


Course Description

The second part of this course (after 6.6.2004) is an introduction to the tool and programming language MATLAB. MATLAB is a computer program for people doing numerical computation, especially linear algebra (matrices). It began as a "MATrix LABoratory" program, intended to provide interactive access to the libraries Linpack and Eispack. It has since grown well beyond these libraries, to become a powerful tool for visualization, programming, research, engineering, and communication.

See also the MATLAB homepage.


Course Structure and Materials

  1. An Introduction to MATLAB (D. Griffiths, Univ. Dundee)
  2. Matlab 1 (D. Gilliam, Texas Tech Univ.)
  3. Matlab 2
  4. Matlab 3
  5. Discrete Fourier Transform

Session Diaries:

Diary 23.6.04, Diary 30.6.04, Diary 7.7.04, Diary 20.7.04, Diary 21.7.04


Tutorials

  1. Aufgabe 1
  2. Aufgabe 2
  3. Aufgabe 3
  4. Aufgabe 4
  5. Aufgabe 5

Literature