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By Stephen L. Campbell, Jean-Philippe Chancelier, Ramine Nikoukhah

ISBN-10: 0387278028

ISBN-13: 9780387278025

ISBN-10: 038730486X

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Scilab is a loose open-source software program package deal for clinical computation. It contains thousands of normal goal and really expert capabilities for numerical computation, geared up in libraries referred to as toolboxes, which conceal such parts as simulation, optimization, structures and regulate, and sign processing. One very important Scilab toolbox is Scicos. Scicos presents a block diagram graphical editor for the development and simulation of dynamical structures. the target of this booklet is to supply an academic for using Scilab/Scicos with a unique emphasis on modeling and simulation instruments. whereas it is going to offer necessary info to skilled clients it really is designed to be available to starting clients from various disciplines. scholars and educational and commercial scientists and engineers may still locate it important. The publication is split into elements. the 1st half matters Scilab and features a instructional protecting the language beneficial properties, the information buildings and really good capabilities for doing photos, uploading, exporting info and interfacing exterior exercises. It additionally covers intimately Scilab numerical solvers for traditional differential equations and differential-algebraic equations. even if the emphasis is put on modeling and simulation functions, this half presents an international view of Scilab. the second one half is devoted to modeling and simulation of dynamical platforms in Scicos. this kind of modeling software is favourite in industry because it presents a method for developing modular and reusable types. This half features a specific description of the editor and its utilization, that is illustrated via various examples. All codes utilized in the publication is made on hand to the reader. This new version contains extended chapters, new workouts and significant rewrites for examples to paintings with the hot Maple.

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Max" , 3*n_fact,... "Value" , 2*n_fact,... "SliderStep", [1 1],... 3. Examples of uicontrol Tcl/Tk dialog. 4 Scilab Graphics There are numerous Scilab graphics commands. A full discussion of them all would be a book by itself. Instead, we will first introduce some of the more basic graphics commands that are regularly used in simulation and modeling. Once users can generate the basic graphs they need, they start to want to do more sophisticated graphics. For these we will just give some general rules for performing graphics in the subsequent sections and give an example that illustrates a part of what is possible.

2. Example of a Tcl/Tk dialog. function myuidialog() global(’a_slider’,’a_text’,’b_slider’,’b_text’,’a’,’b’,’activate’,’n_fact’); n_fact=100; ← scaling because sliders work with integers activate=%f ; ← delay callback execution f = figure("Position",[50 50 200 60],"Unit", "pixel"); a_text = uicontrol(f,"Position",[140 10 55 15],"Style","text",... "String" , "a=5") a_slider = uicontrol(f, "Position" , [10 10 120 15],.. "Style" , "slider",... "Min" , 1*n_fact,... "Max" , 10*n_fact,... "Value" , 5*n_fact,...

Note, however, that the graphics functions xrect and xpoly can also be used in the old graphics mode. Basic Graphics Functions: xrects In the next example, each column of rect specifies a rectangle in terms of the coordinates of its upper left corner, width, and height. Then xrects plots these rectangles with a color determined by its second input variable. 10) Graphics handles and their properties will be discussed in the next section. Basic Graphics Functions: xpolys xpolys can be used to draw a set of line segments.

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