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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Why Scilab Capabilities of the Scilab package Benefits of shifting to Scilab.

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Foss : *Single Board Heater System - English*

Download relevant SBHS scilab code Identify SBHS COM port number Configure scilab serial toolbox Handle errors Perform steptest experiment Reset SBHS

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

User Defined Input and Output in Scilab Input Function. mprintf() save() and load() Used to quit scilab midway through calculation and continue at later stage.

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Solving ODEs using Scilab ode Function Use Scilab ode function Solve typical examples of ODEs Plot the solution

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

* About Optimization * Use of Scilab function Karmarkar in Optimization

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Scripts and Functions *Introduction to the file formats in Scilab. *SCRIPT files. *sce versus .sci *Inline functions.

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

1. Define a continuous time system: second and higher order 2. Response plot for step input 3. Response plot for sine input 4. Bode plot 5. Study numer and denom Scilab functions 6. Plot poles an..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Numerical Interpolation Develop Scilab code for different Numerical Interpolation algorithms Calculate new value of function from given data points

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Foss : *OR Tools - English*

Scilab, Karmarkar function Linear Programming with two-index variables --About two-index variable Transportation Problem(TP) --- About TP --- Formulating Transportation Problem (TP) as..

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#### 10.Installing

Foss : *Scilab - English*

Installing Show where to download from and how to decide which version to choose (OS and 32/64bit) (www.scilab.org/download) Windows installation (Internet Connection is necessary) Li..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

File Handling- Scilab File handling Writing to a file using write() Reading from a file using read() Opening an existing file using mopen() Closing an already opened file using mclose()

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Solving ODEs using Euler Methods 1. Solve ODEs using Euler and Modified Euler methods 2. Develop Scilab code to solve ODEs

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1. Solve system of linear equations using iterative methods 2. Use Jacobi and Gauss Seidel iterative methods 3. Learn how to iterate until we converge at the solution 4. Learn how Gauss Seidel meth..

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#### 14.Integration

Foss : *Scilab - English*

*Develop Scilab code for different Composite *Numerical Integration algorithms *Divide the integral into equal intervals *Apply the algorithm to each interval *Calculate the composite value of the ..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Numerical methods- Solving Non- linear Equations Learn how to solve nonlinear equations using numerical methods Learn Bisection method Learn Secant method Learn how to develop Scilab..

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Foss : *Single Board Heater System - English*

Software installations required to use SBHS remotely How to register on SBHS Virtual Labs website How to book a slot How to use the python based SBHS client Performing a Step Test experiment remot..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

* Write a squaring function * Use of scifunc block in XCOS * Use of MUX block * Call functions having multiple inputs and outputs

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Xcos Introduction What is XCOS. What is palette. To collect the blocks from the palette and connect them to construct the block diagram. Set the parameters of diļ¬erent blocks. To setup the simu..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Vector Operations *Define vector *Calculate length of a vector. *Perform mathematical operations on Vectors such as addition,subtraction and multiplication. *Define a matrix. *Calculate size of..

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Foss : *Scilab - English*

Plotting 2D graphs About linspace: linspace is a linearly spaced vector. Plot a simple graph: x=linspace(12,34,10), y=linspace(-.1,2,10), plot(x,y) plot2d Using clf() clear the graphic window...