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Virginia Tech biological engineering students use MATLAB to analyze and understand progressively more complex bioprocesses.
As their fourth-year undergraduate capstone project, Penn students used MATLAB and Simulink to design and build Titan Arm, a controllable, wireless exoskeleton capable of lifting more than 40 pounds.
First-year students at Ohio State University demonstrate the engineering concepts and computer programming basics they have learned by developing a controller for an N scale train set using MATLAB and an Arduino microcontroller.
Using Simulink models and physical structures, Lehigh University researchers test reactions to seismic activity in ships’ hulls, bridge decks, shear walls, and four-story buildings.
This article demonstrates a workflow that uses built-in functionality in MATLAB® and related products to develop a classification algorithm for an isolated, speaker-dependent speech-recognition system.
At Virginia Military Institute, undergraduates complete digital signal processing labs and conduct independent research projects with MATLAB and Data Acquisition Toolbox.
Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University requires all students to take Computational Methods in Engineering during their freshman year.
What if Beethoven had been able to communicate directly with an electronic piano that could interpret his brain signals and record his compositions?
An important new feature of the MATLAB Compiler 4 is the capability to deploy applications that use MATLAB objects, such as those provided by the Data Acquisition Toolbox.
Use the System Identification toolbox to develop models of a black-box system without having to fully characterize the mathematics governing the system behavior.

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