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MathWorks - MATLAB and Simulink for Technical Computing

MathWorks - MATLAB and Simulink for Technical Computing

Octave GNU Octave is a high-level interpreted language, primarily intended for numerical computations. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and for performing other numerical experiments. It also provides extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation. Octave is normally used through its interactive command line interface, but it can also be used to write non-interactive programs. The Octave language is quite similar to Matlab so that most programs are easily portable. Octave is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License. Version 4.0.0 has been released and is now available for download. An official Windows binary installer is also available from Thanks to the many people who contributed to this release!

Envisioning Julia sets The Julia set is approximated by the black dots in the image below. The set is generated by a function. The arrows highlight the working of the function. The dark red arrow represents an input point as a direction and distance from the center of the plot. We first double it's angle relative to the right-hand axis and then take the square of the distance from the center, called the magnitude of the point. click the images for an interactive version The Julia set is infinitely deep, but the computer displays finitely-sized pixels. What we have looked at so far is but one Julia set. But the basic properties of Julia sets we explored above are still valid.

Construire une éolienne - Fabriquer une eolienne à axe vertical RoboCup2013 : Wat bij er niet ontbreken... Mathematica: Technical Computing Software—Taking You from Idea to Solution With energetic development and consistent vision for three decades, Mathematica stands alone in a huge range of dimensions, unique in its support for today's technical computing environments and workflows. A Vast System, All Integrated Mathematica has over 6,000 built-in functions covering all areas of technical computing—all carefully integrated so they work perfectly together, and all included in the fully integrated Mathematica system. Not Just Numbers, Not Just Math—But Everything Building on three decades of development, Mathematica excels across all areas of technical computing—including neural networks, machine learning, image processing, geometry, data science, visualizations and much more. Unimaginable Algorithm Power Mathematica builds in unprecedentedly powerful algorithms across all areas—many of them created at Wolfram using unique development methodologies and the unique capabilities of the Wolfram Language. Higher Level Than Ever Before Superfunctions, meta-algorithms...

Engineers Edge - Design, Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Electricité - Principes de base et notions RoboCup: livestream via omroepgelderland Ieder jaar houden robots hun eigen WK voetbal. Dit jaar werd deze RoboCup in Eindhoven gespeeld. Aan het WK robotvoetbal deden 2500 deelnemers uit veertig verschillende landen mee. Nederland, de titelhouder bij het prestigieuze toernooi, speelde donderdag de eerste vier wedstrijden. "De robots zijn volledig geprogrammeerd en moeten dus zelf de beslissingen nemen. Meer informatie, inclusief het programma, is te vinden op de website van de RoboCup. Maple 15 – Technical Computing Software for Engineers, Mathematicians, Scientists, Instructors and Students What's New in Maple 18 New tools for visualization, time series analysis, app development, fractals, and much more! Read about these and other great new features in Maple 18. See What's New in Maple 18 Limited time offer! Save 15% when you upgrade to Maple 18 Offer expires June 15th, 2014. The Essential Tool for Mathematics and Modeling What is Maple? The result of over 30 years of cutting-edge research and development, Maple combines the world's most powerful mathematical computation engine with an intuitive, clickable user interface. Watch the video – What is Maple > What's New in Maple 18 > Maple Features Overview > Maple Webinars Product information, training, industry & academic applications, and more! View the entire live webinar schedule > View all recorded webinars > Webinar Recordings What's New in Maple 18 for Industry What's New in Maple 18 for Educators Create, Share & Learn with the User Community Stay connected! Ready for the next step?

Engineering ToolBox inventeurs et leurs inventions "Encore quelques générations qui passent, et nos machines seront conduites par la force obtenue à n'importe quel point dans l'univers... C'est une simple question de temps et les hommes réussiront à connecter leurs machines aux rouages mêmes de la nature." - Nikola Tesla En effet, il a été démontré que le vide contient une énorme quantité d'énergie, proche du zéro absolu (le point zéro), une énergie utilisable en abondance : L’énergie libre, ou énergie du vide (éther). C’est une source d’énergie renouvelable disponible gratuitement appelée aussi « énergie du point zéro ». Les recherches révèlent que cette source d’énergie peut être partiellement convertie en énergie utilisable. Imaginez-vous que cela existe depuis 20 ans: en avez-vous déjà entendu parler? Il existe beaucoup d’inventeurs indépendants qui ont construit des machines à énergie libre et dont les résultats ont été publiés au grand jour et vérifiés Viktor Schauberger R.

RoboCup RoboCup is an annual international robotics competition founded in 1997. The aim is to promote robotics and AI research, by offering a publicly appealing, but formidable challenge. The name RoboCup is a contraction of the competition's full name, "Robot Soccer World Cup", but there are many other stages of the competition such as "RoboCupRescue", "RoboCup@Home" and "RoboCupJunior". The official goal of the project: "By the middle of the 21st century, a team of fully autonomous humanoid robot soccer players shall win a soccer game, complying with the official rules of FIFA, against the winner of the most recent World Cup.[1]" RoboCup leagues[edit] Team rUNSWift competing in the Standard Platform League at RoboCup 2010 in Singapore The contest currently has four major competition domains, each with a number of leagues and subleagues: Each team is fully autonomous in all RoboCup leagues. Venues[edit] External links[edit] Recent RoboCup Local Events[edit] 2014[edit] 2013[edit] 2012[edit] 2011[edit]

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