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SciLab is a free open-source computing and graphics tool that allows students to learn physical and mathematical concepts with ease. Computing in SciLab has been designed for undergraduate students of physics and electronics following the CBCS-LOCF syllabus, and with extensive coverage of concepts, it focuses primarily on the applications of SciLab in improving the problem-solving skills of readers. All these tools are classroom-tested and focus on data visualization and numerical computing with SCILAB. The book covers important topics like linear algebra, matrices, plotting tools, curve fitting, differential equations, integral calculus, Fourier analysis, and equation solving.

It is the first book for anyone who wants to know the possibilities of this software. It serves beginners in programming as well as for those who already work with other platforms. As free and open-source software, Scilab is an excellent alternative for those working in scientific computing with proprietary software. This guide aims to present the fundamentals of the environment and the programming language, showing practical examples of its functionalities.

Familiarize yourself with Scilab using this concise, practical tutorial that is focused on writing code to learn concepts. Starting from the basics, this book covers array-based computing, plotting, and working with files in Scilab. Introduction to Scilab is useful for industry engineers, researchers, and students who are looking for open-source solutions for numerical computation. In this book you will learn by doing, avoiding technical jargon, which makes the concepts easy to learn. First you’ll see how to run basic calculations, absorbing technical complexities incrementally as you progress toward advanced topics. Throughout, the language is kept simple to ensure that readers at all levels can grasp the concepts. After reading this book, you will come away with sample code that can be re-purposed and applied to your own projects using Scilab. What You'll Learn Apply sample code to your engineering or science problems Work with Scilab arrays, functions, and loops Use Scilab’s plotting functions for data visualization Solve numerical computing and computational engineering problems with Scilab Who This Book Is For Engineers, scientists, researchers, and students who are new to Scilab. Some prior programming experience would be helpful but not required.

Introduction to Scilab for Scientists and Engineers by John Maclane Pdf

Scilab is open source equivalent for basic MATLAB package. Its usage in scientific and numerical computation is gaining popularity day by day. The biggest advantage of using Scilab over another free software Octave for the purpose is that XCOS(Scilab) rivals Simulink (MATLAB) capabilities whereas Octave does not have any such graphical programming capabilities. Present book gives introduction to Scilab for a new-user. Starting from very basic, it goes on to explain array based computing, plotting and working with files. The book is useful for students, researchers and students who are looking for a open source software for numerical computation. Present book is specially written in concise format so that new user can learn quickly in learn-by-doing fashion. CHAPTERS: 1-Introduction,2-Working with Arrays,3-Plotting,4-Data through file reading and writing, 5-Functions and loops, 6- Numerical computing formalism

Scilab from Theory to Practice - I. Fundamentals by Philippe Roux Pdf

This book provides a comprehensive, hands-on introduction to the powerful computing environment of Scilab. Scilab has greatly changed since 2010, consequently a large portion of the existing documentation is now obsolete. This book is based on the most recent version of Scilab (5.5) and a great deal of care has been put into communicating the best practices relevant to the current software. Number of pages: approx. 410 What You Will Learn This book will teach you all the basic Scilab concepts you need for computing, analyzing and visualizing data, for developing algorithms, and creating models. Based on the latest versions of Scilab, it focuses on the most recent recommended practices. It offers a lot of advice or words of caution to help you take full advantage of Scilab's capabilities and to create your own projects efficiently. Best practices have been certified by Dr. Claude Gomez, co-founder and advisor of Scilab Enterprises. After performing a quick overview of the software, three parts will successively deal with computing, programming and creating plots. The first one shows you how to perform and optimize all the mathematical calculations that an engineer may come across. The second one examines how to go beyond the simple calculations and study complex systems with scripting and interface building. The last one gives you a thorough description of Scilab's numerous graphics capabilities. Who This Book Is For This book is aimed at an audience of new users as well as at people familiar with Scilab who wish to update or build on their current knowledge. It assumes the reader feels comfortable using a computer and possesses a basic knowledge of what computer programming is. Some technical notions as well as physics or mathematics knowledge may be required in some sections. Even if you have mastered Scilab, you may use this book as a quick reference. Target audience: Engineers, Engineering Students Prerequisites: Mathematical and Computational concepts Book level: Intermediate / Advanced"

Scilab is open source equivalent for basic MATLAB package. Its usage in scientific and numerical computation is gaining popularity day by day. The biggest advantage of using Scilab over another free software Octave for the purpose is that XCOS(Scilab) rivals Simulink (MATLAB) capabilities whereas Octave does not have any such graphical programming capabilities. Present book gives introduction to Scilab for a new-user. Starting from very basic, it goes on to explain array based computing, plotting and working with files. The book is useful for students, researchers and students who are looking for a open source software for numerical computation. Present book is specially written in concise format so that new user can learn quickly in learn-by-doing fashion. CHAPTERS: 1-Introduction,2-Working with Arrays,3-Plotting,4-Data through file reading and writing, 5-Functions and loops, 6- Numerical computing formalism

Computer Network Algorithms Implementation Using Scilab by Subbulakshmi T. Pdf

Scilab is a scientific software package package that provides a strong open computing environment for engineering and scientific applications. Distributed freely via the net since 1994, Scilab is currently being used in academic and industrial environments around the world. The objective of this book is to provide an intensive description of Scilab's use, as well as a way to master its environment and programming language, the utilization of integrated graphics, the incorporation of user-provided functions, and a tour of the many application toolboxes. Scilab is considered to be the wonderful alternative of Matlab which is a commercial one. The basic Scilab programs are extended to understand the Scilab programing language, routing algorithms, congestion algorithms, topology generation methods using NARVAL and NTG Toolboxes. Network Analysis and Routing eVALuation toolbox is referenced as NARVAL and Network Topology Generator is referenced as NTG are designed on top of the Scilab environment. It has been created at the University of Luxembourg within the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT). NARVAL permits to generate random topologies according to various algorithms such as Locality, Waxman, Barabasi Albert and hierarchical models. The user can also design his own topology by providing nodes' coordinates, visualization parameters, and also links' information that are necessary for path calculation. The combination of these functions enables to build a large range of topologies with distinct routing properties.

Modeling and Simulation in Scilab/Scicos with ScicosLab 4.4 by Stephen L. Campbell,Jean-Philippe Chancelier,Ramine Nikoukhah Pdf

Scilab and its Scicos block diagram graphical editor, with a special emphasis on modeling and simulation tools. The first part is a detailed Scilab tutorial, and the second is dedicated to modeling and simulation of dynamical systems in Scicos. The concepts are illustrated through numerous examples, and all code used in the book is available to the reader.

Introduction to Scilab (Student Edition) by Arvind Verma,Rachna Verma Pdf

Scilab is a very powerful, free and open-source software package for scientific and technical computation, visualization and programming. It includes a large number of general purpose and specialized functions, using state of the art algorithms, for numerical computation. These functions are organized in libraries called toolboxes that cover areas such as simulation, optimization, image processing, control and signal processing. With easy to use high level programming language and huge library of functions, Scilab reduces considerably the burden of programming for scientific and technical applications. It can also be interactively used as a very powerful scientific calculator. Since Scilab is available free of cost to everyone across the globe and is continuously upgraded by a strong team of open source developers, it is suitable for all undergraduate students, researchers, professors and professionals in any field of Science and Engineering. Further, many commercial developers are also using it to reduce their project cost and has reported many successful applications.This book is written following several years of teaching the software to our students in introductory courses in numerical methods. The basic objective to write this book is to teach Scilab in a friendly, non-intimidating fashion, without any previous programming experience. Therefore, the book is written in simple language with many sample problems in mathematics, science, and engineering. Starting from the basic concepts, the book gradually builds advanced concepts, making it suitable for freshmen and professionals. The source codes of all the examples presented in this book can be downloaded from https://github.com/arvindrachna/Introduction_to_ScilabFor promoting outcome based learning, each chapter of the book starts with chapter objectives and lucidly introduces the basic concepts, with sample examples, to achieve those objectives. Each chapter concludes with a summary and a list of key terms to recapitulate the learned concepts. Finally, the chapter ends with exercise problems so as students can apply the concepts learned in the chapter.The book consists of seven chapters. The first chapter gives a focused introduction to Scilab and explains how one can install the software on ones machine. The second chapter introduces the core concepts of Scilab, a matrix based technical computing environment. This chapter also introduces how the software can be used in its interactive mode to solve scientific and technical problems. The third chapter introduces how to create and manipulate vectors and matrices in Scilab. It also introduces array and matrix operators. The fourth chapter explains how polynomials can be processed in Scilab. Polynomial operations, differentiation and integration are also introduced. The fifth chapter explains graphics capabilities of Scilab. Various 2D and 3D graphics functions are explained in this chapter. The sixth chapter is focused on the programming capabilities of the software. Various programming constructs are explained with examples. The last chapter explains basic numerical methods and how to create Scilab programs for them. This chapter helps students to apply the learned concepts to actual numerical method problems. The book ends with an appendix of commonly used Scilab commands and functions.Table of Contents1Introduction to Scilab2Basics of Scilab3Vectors and Matrices4Polynomials5Scilab Graphics6Programming in Scilab7Numerical Methods Using Scilab8Appendix I : Commonly Used Scilab Functions

Programming in Scilab by Rajan Goyal,Mansi Dhingra Pdf

Allows for understanding the syntax of various mathematical operations available in Scilab and its use in solving the real world problems. The book covers different areas, such as mathematical physics, quantum mechanics, and statistical physics. Scilab is now used extensively for computing and solving of mathematical equations. This book will help students gain insight of the programming in Scilab.

Recent Progress in Parallel and Distributed Computing by Wen-Jyi Hwang Pdf

Parallel and distributed computing has been one of the most active areas of research in recent years. The techniques involved have found significant applications in areas as diverse as engineering, management, natural sciences, and social sciences. This book reports state-of-the-art topics and advances in this emerging field. Completely up-to-date, aspects it examines include the following: 1) Social networks; 2) Smart grids; 3) Graphic processing unit computation; 4) Distributed software development tools; 5) Analytic hierarchy process and the analytic network process

Parallel Computing: Accelerating Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) by M. Bader,A. Bode,H.-J. Bungartz Pdf

Parallel computing has been the enabling technology of high-end machines for many years. Now, it has finally become the ubiquitous key to the efficient use of any kind of multi-processor computer architecture, from smart phones, tablets, embedded systems and cloud computing up to exascale computers. _x000D_ This book presents the proceedings of ParCo2013 – the latest edition of the biennial International Conference on Parallel Computing – held from 10 to 13 September 2013, in Garching, Germany. The conference focused on several key parallel computing areas. Themes included parallel programming models for multi- and manycore CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and heterogeneous platforms, the performance engineering processes that must be adapted to efficiently use these new and innovative platforms, novel numerical algorithms and approaches to large-scale simulations of problems in science and engineering._x000D_ The conference programme also included twelve mini-symposia (including an industry session and a special PhD Symposium), which comprehensively represented and intensified the discussion of current hot topics in high performance and parallel computing. These special sessions covered large-scale supercomputing, novel challenges arising from parallel architectures (multi-/manycore, heterogeneous platforms, FPGAs), multi-level algorithms as well as multi-scale, multi-physics and multi-dimensional problems._x000D_ It is clear that parallel computing – including the processing of large data sets (“Big Data”) – will remain a persistent driver of research in all fields of innovative computing, which makes this book relevant to all those with an interest in this field.