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Suggestions for use MAtlab or C# to teach numerical analisys

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Miguel Gaspar

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Please give me Suggestions for use MAtlab or C# to teach numerical analisys in the carrer of electronics.
I'll apreciate your opinions

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I would suggest Matlab as it comes with built in tools for many applications.
An alternative is Octave which is a free open source software similar to matlab
Octave
 

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If it's high level numerical analysis, normally performed on a desktop system and using any available tools. I would have to agree with Horace1.

However, if your goal is to educate your students on developing algorithms to be written in C/C++ or other HLL and to incorporated into a standalone application, maybe an embedded system. I might be inclined to have your students develop these algorithms in C#, reducing the temptation of using any of Matlab's toolboxes, built-in functions, etc.

The third options is to incorporate both Matlab and C# in your lessons. You can have your students develop algorithms in C# and then compare their routine's output/results in Matlab using Toolbox and built-in functions in the comparison.

You can also build a COM module from the C# routines and create your own MEX modules which can be used directly in Matlab.

Hope these suggestions help in your decision.

Ciao
 
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