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Chen Lin
Chen Lin
Last activity il 13 Maggio 2024 alle 19:58

Northern lights captured from this weekend at MathWorks campus ✨
Did you get a chance to see lights and take some photos?
Hans Scharler
Hans Scharler
Last activity il 10 Maggio 2024 alle 8:02

Chen, Rena, and I are at a community management event. It's great to be with others talking about relationships, trust, and co-creation.

Hello MathWorks Community,

I am excited to announce that I am currently working on a book project centered around Matrix Algebra, specifically designed for MATLAB users. This book aims to cater to undergraduate students in engineering, where Matrix Algebra serves as a foundational element.

Matrix Algebra is not only pivotal in understanding complex engineering concepts but also in applying these principles effectively in various technological solutions. MATLAB, renowned for its powerful computational capabilities, is an excellent tool to explore and implement these concepts, making it a perfect companion for this book.

As I embark on this journey to create a resource that bridges theoretical matrix algebra with practical MATLAB applications, I am looking for one or two knowledgeable individuals who have a firm grasp of both subjects. If you have experience in teaching or applying matrix algebra in engineering contexts and are familiar with MATLAB, your contribution could be invaluable.

Collaborators will help in shaping the content to ensure it is educational, engaging, and technically robust, making complex concepts accessible and applicable for students.

If you are interested in contributing to this project or know someone who might be, please reach out to discuss how we can work together to make this book a valuable resource for engineering students.

Thank you and looking forward to your participation!

Chen Lin
Chen Lin
Last activity il 12 Apr 2024

What's the weather like in your place?
David
David
Last activity il 2 Apr 2024

I feel like no one at UC San Diego knows this page, let alone this server, is still live. For the younger generation, this is what the whole internet used to look like :)
Chen Lin
Chen Lin
Last activity il 14 Feb 2024

See code here in our community contest area. (author: @Zhaoxu Liu / slandarer)
And what do you do for Valentine's Day?
Elija
Elija
Last activity il 14 Feb 2024

Hello, all!
This is my first post after just joining this discussion, so please forgive me and provide kind assistance if I have posted to the wrong subsection!
I have a good interest in learning sql server course and right now I am taking help from various platforms like https://www.coursera.org/ https://www.udemy.com/
Also I have a doubt that is it a good option to learn from platforms like this or I should go for some sql server online training . I have searched for the solution of my queries in various above platforms which helped me up to some extent only as it was not directly given by any expert or trainer.
Hoping in getting a quick response
Thankyou in advance.
K
K
Last activity il 10 Feb 2024

which technical support should I contact/ask for the published Simscape example?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson
Last activity il 27 Dic 2023

A research team found a way to trick a number of AI systems by injecting carefully placed nonsense -- for example being able able to beat DeepMind's Go game.
This person used computer version to build a keyboard input, and used standard flag semaphore for the positions.
Flag semaphore is used mostly by sailors to be able to communicate optically over a distance; it does not need anything more than make-shift flags (but binoculars or telescopes can help.) Trained users can go faster than you might guess.
This video discusses the "Cody" bridge, which is a pedestrian bridge over a canal that has been designed to move up and out of the way when ships need to travel through. The mathematics of the bridge movement are discussed and diagrammed. It is unique and educational.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson
Last activity il 4 Ott 2023

Recently developed: a "microscope" based on touch and stereo vision.
Using touch removes the possibility of optical confusion -- for example, black on touch is only due to shape, not due to the possibility that the object has a black patch.
Sorry, you might need a Facebook account to watch the video.