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Star Trek-inspired solid-state airplane takes to the sky without moving parts

Wikipedia may just have to change its definition of an airplane. According to the site, "An airplane or aeroplane (informally plane) is a powered, fixed-wing aircraft that is propelled forward by thrust from a jet engine, propeller or rocket engine."?They may want to rethink the portion that describes how planes are powered, thanks to MIT's recently debuted and Star-Trek inspired...

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Behind the Headlines

2018-12-10 16:03:19

Getting Started with the Virtual Maritime RobotX Challenge

So, we hear you are competing in a boat competition in Hawaii? Really cool location for a competition! But wow, that’s a hard environment to replicate! Waves, ocean winds, transporting a 16-foot-long boat, not a great situation to be in! As a result, most teams have a hard time doing much controller or system testing in between those rare ocean...

标签: Robotics, Simulink

Racing Lounge

2018-12-10 12:00:47

Explore Runge's Polynomial Interpolation Phenomenon

As the degree of an interpolating polynomial increases, does the polynomial converge to the underlying function? The short answer is maybe. I want to describe a visual tool to help you investigate this question yourself.ContentsCarl Rungeinterp_gadgetVary coefficientVary number of pointsVary weightInitial configurationHigh degreeChebyshev distributionGaussian targetabs(x)Extra creditSoftwareCarl RungeCarl Runge lived from 1856 until 1927. We know his name because he was...

标签: Calculus, Numerical Analysis, People

Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and Computing

2018-12-10 11:59:26

Explore Runges Polynomial Interpolation Phenomenon

As the degree of an interpolating polynomial increases, does the polynomial converge to the underlying function? The short answer is maybe. I want to describe a visual tool to help you investigate this question yourself.ContentsCarl Rungeinterp_gadgetVary coefficientVary number of pointsVary weightInitial configurationHigh degreeChebyshev distributionGaussian targetabs(x)Extra creditSoftwareCarl RungeCarl Runge lived from 1856 until 1927. We know his name because he was...

标签: Calculus, Numerical Analysis, People

Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and Computing

2018-12-10 11:59:20

Deep Learning and IoT at University of Louisiana at Lafayette Science Day

This is a guest post by Diamond Blackwell, ACM-W President at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. On Friday, October 26, 2018, the University of Louisiana at Lafayette opened its doors to over 900 students participating in Science Day. This is a campus-wide event where high school students throughout Louisiana come to visit university’s various science departments. Our department, the...

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Hans on IoT

2018-12-07 11:10:53

Yankee Swap

Sean's pick this week is Yankee Swap by Heather Gorr. As the end of the year approaches, many of you will likely be summonsed to partake in Yankee Swaps with your coworkers. This app can help you organize the chaos! All you need to do is provide a folder with labeled mug shots of the...

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File Exchange Pick of the Week

2018-12-07 09:00:07

Using Simscape Multibody to Throw an Object at a Target

Today’s guest post is by Veer Alakshendra. Veer will be sharing a Simscape - Simulink modeling and controls workflow for pneumatic actuators throwing a ball at a target. - -- For last few years, I have been following RoboCon very closely. Fortunately, this year I got a chance to watch the live action at National Robotic Contest RoboCon 2018. Like...

标签: Robotics, Simscape, Simulink, Skills, Workflow

Racing Lounge

2018-12-05 11:49:39

Debugging Grouped Operations

Today's guest post comes from Sean de Wolski, one of Loren's fellow Application Engineers. You might recognize him from MATLAB answers and the pick of the week blog!One of my colleagues approached me last month and asked for help debugging an error with splitapply. Splitapply takes group information and applies a function to each group in the data (sort of...

标签: Best Practice, Common Errors, Tool

Loren on the Art of MATLAB

2018-12-05 10:49:30

Debugging a Failed File Import

One of my continuously running MATLAB scripts just failed and has stopped at a breakpoint (I had set dbstop if error). So I need to debug it to understand why and fix it. Features covered in this code-along style video include: string arrays and processing with split, ismember, extractBefore arrayfun Debugging in general Follow me (@stuartmcgarrity) if you...

标签: Code-Along, Format: Video

Stuart’s MATLAB Videos

2018-11-28 09:15:49

Debugging a Failed File Import

One of my continuously running MATLAB scripts just failed and has stopped at a breakpoint (I had set dbstop if error). So I need to debug it to understand why and fix it. Features covered in this code-along style video include: string arrays and processing with split, ismember, extractBefore arrayfun Debugging in general Follow me (@stuartmcgarrity) if you...

标签: Code-Along, Format: Video

Stuart’s MATLAB Videos

2018-11-28 09:14:37

Penrose and Fourier Design Playing Cards

MathWorks is creating a deck of playing cards that will be offered as gifts at our trade show booths. The design of the cards is based on Penrose Tilings and plots of the Finite Fourier Transform Matrix.ContentsPenrose TilingsThe SuitsThe Face CardsThe BackCleve's LabPenrose Rhombus TilingFour Types of TrianglesTriangle Functions and Triangle RepresentationTriangle Side LabelsMaking the Two Types of RhombusTriangle DecompositionFrom...

标签: Fun, Graphics, History

Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and Computing

2018-11-26 13:48:34

Penrose and Fourier Design Playing Cards

MathWorks is creating a deck of playing cards that will be offered as gifts at our trade show booths. The design of the cards is based on Penrose Tilings and plots of the Finite Fourier Transform Matrix.ContentsPenrose TilingsThe SuitsThe Face CardsThe BackCleve's LabPenrose Rhombus TilingFour Types of TrianglesTriangle Functions and Triangle RepresentationTriangle Side LabelsMaking the Two Types of RhombusTriangle DecompositionFrom...

标签: Fun, Graphics, History

Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and Computing

2018-11-26 13:47:43

World Robot Summit 2018: MATLAB and Simulink Examples

In the previous post, I gave an overview of World Robot Summit (WRS) 2018 and how we were involved. Today, we're getting technical and diving into our booth demonstrations! If this is good news for you, then please keep reading. Partnering with Robot Hardware Vendors is Key! Previously, we mentioned all the interesting robots that the World Robot Challenge (WRC)...

标签: Education, MATLAB, Robotics, Simulink

Racing Lounge

2018-11-23 12:00:12

World Robot Summit 2018: A MathWorks Recap

I recently had the fortune to travel to Tokyo, Japan for the World Robot Summit 2018. In this post, I want to talk about what we saw at the event, why we attended, and why it was such a great time. Introduction to World Robot Summit World Robot Summit (WRS) is a new robotics event operating under the motto "Robotics...

标签: Education, MATLAB, Robotics, Simulink

Racing Lounge

2018-11-21 12:00:26

Code Ocean, MATLAB, and Sharing Reusable Code

Today we have two guest bloggers, Lisa Kempler and Pradeep Ramamoorthy, who work at MathWorks in Natick, Massachusetts supporting and developing online tools for researchers. Their post talks about a relatively new code-sharing platform, Code Ocean.ContentsWhat is Code Ocean?From Open Science to Reusable ResearchWhat is a Compute Capsule?Exporting a Compute CapsuleSummaryWhat is Code Ocean?Code Ocean is a cloud-based platform aimed...

标签: Geosciences, Reference, Reproducible Research

Loren on the Art of MATLAB

2018-11-21 07:38:37

Data shows a warmer, drier California has produced more destructive wildfires

Data shows California is warmer and drier than past decades. The effects of the change in climate have?proven deadly, as dry vegetation in low humidity provides ample fuels for wildfires. According to the San Jose Mercury News, “The numbers are stark. California has warmed roughly 3 degrees Fahrenheit since 1980 during the autumn months of September, October, and November. Rainfall...

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Behind the Headlines

2018-11-20 21:25:55

Drawing Shear Force, Bending Moment Diagram

Jiro's pick this week is Shear Force Bending Moment by Lateef Adewale Kareem.As an ex-mechanical engineer, I remember my statics course where I learned how to do shear force bending moment diagram. I remember really enjoying that topic, since the steps to drawing the diagram is very systematic. When things are very systematic, it's suitable for automation. And this is...

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File Exchange Pick of the Week

2018-11-20 09:00:54

Creating a Function to Format a Spreadsheet

I often export to Excel to share results with others. In doing so I control the format of the output with a template with column widths and heading colors that I have talked about in previous videos (saving to a template, replicating a worksheet template). However, if I change the number of columns in my data, I need to change...

标签: Code-Along, Format: Video

Stuart’s MATLAB Videos

2018-11-15 16:59:38

Creating a Function to Format a Spreadsheet

I often export to Excel to share results with others. In doing so I control the format of the output with a template with column widths and heading colors that I have talked about in previous videos (saving to a template, replicating a worksheet template). However, if I change the number of columns in my data, I need to change...

标签: Code-Along, Format: Video

Stuart’s MATLAB Videos

2018-11-15 16:58:05

Deep Learning and IoT Workshop at GHC 18, Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

Dear friends, we: Louvere Walker-Hannon, an application engineer who assists customers doing deep learning and data analytics, Shruti Karulkar, a quality engineering lead for test and measurement, and Anoush Najarian, a performance engineer, put together this blog post on behalf of the MathWorks GHC team. Our team had an awesome time at GHC 18, Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in...

标签: News

Hans on IoT

2018-11-15 16:04:31

Sudoku Solver: Image Processing and Deep Learning

This post is from a talk given by Justin Pinkney at a recent MATLAB Expo. Today’s example will walk through using image processing and deep learning to automatically solve a Sudoku puzzle. Those red numbers in the puzzle have been automatically added to the paper by the algorithm we're about to create. This...

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Deep Learning

2018-11-15 13:16:29

Reporting for Duty

Hello all! I was reading up on Guy's blog the other day and remembered his great post showing a Simulink Test workflow with Jenkins and GitLab. One thing I thought was cool in his musings was how he set it up to store the results so that you didn't need to rerun the tests to begin investigating.Well I am happy...

标签: Continuous Integration

Developer Zone

2018-11-13 13:09:11

A New Rich Editor for MATLAB Answers

This post comes to us courtesy of David Wey. David leads the MathWorks Online Community group in our Natick office. If you use MATLAB Answers, you may have wondered why you enter your question (or answer) in one area and see a preview in another. Why isn't it a WYSIWYG ("What You See Is What You Get") editor? Similarly, you...

标签: Community, Editor, MATLAB Central, MATLAB GUI, web

MATLAB Community

2018-11-12 04:40:32

WINNER and WINNER II

Idin's pick this week is Winner II Channel Model for Communications Toolbox by MathWorks Communications System Toolbox Team. Contents Background Further Details on WINNER Project and WINNER models Why is this important? What to do with this Submission? So Many Channel Models Comments Background The WINNER and WINNER II (or WINNER 2)...

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File Exchange Pick of the Week

2018-11-09 09:00:34

Revisiting the Game of Life

I am addicted. I keep coming back to John Conway's Game of Life. Years ago, I wrote a chapter about Life in Experiments with MATLAB. I wrote a three-part series about Life shortly after I started blogging. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. I have recently made significant enhancements to my MATLAB program for Life. I never seem to finish...

标签: Fun, History

Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and Computing

2018-11-08 12:33:11

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