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Software

MATLAB et al.

We will use MATLAB Pfeil for the programming examples throughout this course. MATLAB is installed on workstations in the mathematics and computer science departments.

If you would like to use MATLAB on your private computer, you can either purchase a student version of MATLAB Pfeil, or try to use the free software Octave Pfeil. Octave, however, is not 100% compatible with MATLAB.

Yet another possibility is to use the (completely incompatible but) free scientific software package Scilab Pfeil that has been developed since 1990 first by French institutes INRIA and ENPC, and now by the Scilab Consortium. One can try to use the MATLAB to Scilab conversion tools provided by the editor in Scilab.