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Faster Matlab scripts
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Matlab is easy to use, but the easiest method might not be the fastest. Fortunately, some of the simpler ways to improve the speed of matlab programs are also amongst the most effective, leading to order-of-magnitude improvements.
This talk is part of the Engineering Department Computing Seminars series.
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