MJ Yatsko, The Ohio State University
MJ Yatshko, a student from The Ohio State (OSU) EcoCAR team, explains how OSU uses MATLAB® and Simulink® and why it's a valuable tool for their team.
The Ohio State EcoCAR Teams Achieve Success with MATLAB and...
Ohio State University EcoCAR Team Improves Model Validation...
What is Model-Based Design to The Ohio State EcoCAR team?
Using MATLAB and Simulink for the EcoCAR Development Cycle
EcoCAR 2: Productivity using MATLAB and Simulink
Using MATLAB and Simulink to Spark Creativity in EcoCAR 3
University of Victoria Students Use Model-Based Design for...
Simulink for Work Groups Using Simulink Projects
How to Develop Interactive User Interfaces for Simulink...
Implementation of Algorithm for Extension of Unambiguous...
Design of a Functional Size Measurement Tool for Real-Time...
Using Simulink for Control Algorithms with LEGO
Using Simulink to Program Raspberry Pi for Image Inversion
Debugging of VEX Simulink Models Using External Mode
Developing and Verifying Active Safety Features Using...
Designing Superconducting Systems using MATLAB and Simulink
Creating a Simulink Block Using MATLAB Code
Real-Time Prototyping of Audio Algorithms Using MATLAB and...
Real-Time Control and Analysis in Biomedical Applications...
Developing a New Control Unit Using an FPGA
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