## Introduction to MATLAB 7 for EngineersThis is a simple, concise book designed to be useful for beginners and to be kept as a reference. MATLAB is presently a globally available standard computational tool for engineers and scientists. The terminology, syntax, and the use of the programming language are well defined and the organization of the material makes it easy to locate information and navigate through the textbook. The text covers all the major capabilities of MATLAB that are useful for beginning students. An instructor’s manual and other web resources are available. |

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CHAPTER | 3 |

Numeric Cell and Structure Arrays | 69 |

Multidimensional Arrays | 81 |

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