They are basically native C or C++ files which are linked directly into the MatLab application at runtime. MEX files have efficiency to crash the MatLab application
Get and Set are referred as getter and setter functions. For assigning properties, setter functions are used while for accessing properties getter functions are used.
Some of the common toolboxes in Matlab are
► Control System
► Fuzzy Logic
► Image Processing
► LMI control
► Neural Networks
► Robust Control
► System Identification
They are just a plain ASCII text that is interpreted at run time. They are like sub-programs stored in text files with .m extensions and are called M-files. For most of the MatLab, development M-files are used.
Graphic system used in MatLab is known as handle graphics. It has a high level and low-level commands.
► High Level Commands: High level command performs image processing, data visualization and animation for 2D and 3D presentation graphics
► Low Level Commands: Full customization of the appearance of graphics and building of complete graphical user interface
► Scripting language with OOP features
► Libraries that are LNX and C language compatible
► A debugging tools with GUI features
► Color graphics can be pointed and clickable
The four basic functions that MatLab has to solve ODE's are
Simulink is an add-on product to MatLab, it provides an interactive, simulating, graphical environment for modeling and analyzing of dynamic systems.
Matlab allows following Operators
► Arithmetic Operators
► Relational Operators
► Logical Operators
► Bitwise Operations
► Set Operations
Matlab provides loops like
► While Loop
► For Loop
► Nested Loops