Sunday, November 12, 2006

Free for students: MATLAB & Simulink for Intel Beta

MathWorks Inc. the makers of that ubiquitous number crunching, signal processing, control modelling tool that we like to call MATLAB wants your feedback on their upcoming version. If you are an engineering student, shackled to doing computations with MATLAB, you should take advantage of this sneak preview of their next Mac release: R2007a. For free! High five!

Go!

Hopefully this new release won't be as slow as the current X11 based PPC MATLAB (and hopefully it won't be X11 based either).

3 Comments:

At 7:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When they start giving the software away for free, you know that Mathworks have finally understood that Mathematica's consistent and high quality support of the Mac platform has left them behind.

 
At 11:00 PM, Anonymous Roberto said...

Well. I sure hope you are right. The current MatLAB is very good in itself (core functionality), very proffessional; but the Mac GUI implementation is its demise.
Ja. Hopefully this will be a serious stab at entering the Mac market.

 
At 6:49 AM, Blogger vishwas said...

https://iversity.org/c/13?r=efbf0

free online course in matlab simulation of a robot...

 

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