Engineers and scientists need a programming language that lets them express matrix and array mathematics directly. Linear algebra in MATLAB looks like linear algebra in a textbook. The same is true for data analytics, signal and image processing, control design, and other applications.MATLAB toolboxes offer professionally developed, rigorously tested, field-hardened, and fully documented functionality for a wide range of scientific and engineering applications. Toolboxes are designed to work together, and they integrate with parallel computing environments, GPUs, and C code generation.
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