MJ Yatsko, The Ohio State University
MJ Yatsko, a student from The Ohio State University (OSU) EcoCAR team, explains how OSU uses MATLAB® and Simulink® and why it's a valuable tool for their team.
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Using MATLAB and Simulink for the EcoCAR Development Cycle
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Implementation of Algorithm for Extension of Unambiguous...
Design of a Functional Size Measurement Tool for Real-Time...
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Debugging of VEX Simulink Models Using External Mode
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Designing Superconducting Systems using MATLAB and Simulink
Real-Time Control and Analysis in Biomedical Applications...
Developing a New Control Unit Using an FPGA
Implement Maximum Power Point Tracking Algorithms Using...
Creating a Simulink Block Using MATLAB Code
MATLAB and Simulink as Building Blocks for Functional...
What’s New in MATLAB and Simulink for Model-Based Design
Introduction to Simulink for MATLAB Users
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