list 4 sequences
assignment Level : Introductive
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Commencer à utiliser un logiciel est toujours délicat, on ne sait jamais par où commencer.

Dans ce cours nous allons nous concentrer sur la maîtrise d’Octave et MATLAB, de façon à pouvoir par la suite continuer à apprendre de manière indépendante.

Le but est donc d’apprendre, pas à pas, comment ces logiciels sont organisés, comment faire des calculs compliqués, en utilisant des matrices et des vecteurs, ainsi que traiter des données et dessiner des graphiques qui mettent en valeur vos résultats. Vous allez aussi apprendre à bien organiser le travail en utilisant des scripts et des fonctions, ce qui va améliorer votre efficacité par la suite.

Enfin vous allez connaitre de bases simples pour la programmation.

  • Utiliser des scripts et des fonctions
  • Travailler avec des vecteurs et des matrices
  • Traiter des fichiers de données
  • Générer des graphiques et les sauvegarder en format pdf ou jpg
  • Ecrire de petits programmes interactifs

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Prerequisite

Aucune base de programmation est requise.
Les bases de mathématiques nécessaires sont:

  • Fonctions à une variable
  • Graphique d’une fonction à une variable
  • Fonctions à deux ou trois variables (optionnel)
  • Manipulation de vecteurs et matrices

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Syllabus

Week 1:

  • Introduction à Octave/Matlab
  • Variables
  • Matrices et Vecteurs

 
Week 2:

  • Scripts
  • Input/output
  • Graphiques

 
Week 3:

  • Fonctions
  • Boucles: if, for et while

 
Week 4:

  • Écrire un programme
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Instructors

Simone Deparis
Maitre d’Enseignement et de Recherche
École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne

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