Inspired from Java, the queue and stack are a litter faster than the native alternatives.'CStack' is used to define a stack data strcuture.'CQueue' is used to define a queue data strcuture. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.8 or higher
According to the Matlab documentation the only supported Fortran compiler is Intel Visual Fortran.Two hack-around examples (one minimal and one realistic) of interfacing Fortran with Matlab via a C gateway function are included in the download packag
MediaWiki output code is presently used to power Wikipedia.This stylesheet converts from publishing's intermediate XML format to MediaWiki-compatible markup.The output is ready for cut-and-paste into Wikipedia or other sites running the MediaWiki sof
The syntax is "unescapeJavaScriptString" and is a great tool for when parsing HTML or JS. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.7 or higher
It takes a data variable as input. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.5 or higher
They provide a suite of functions to handle conversion of Fortran logical variables to/from MATLAB style mxArray variables in mex routines or engine applications.Assumes that the MATLAB logical class uses 1 byte for storage of each logical element. W
Class Hashtable provides ways for Matlab users to access hash tables data structures.The class allows multiple key-value pairs specified in 'get', 'put' and 'remove' methods, using cell arrays to collect inputs and outputs, and offers vector forms of
It implements object references with Matlab timers. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.7 or higher
With 'PAUSE4(n)', a pause of 'n' seconds will be introduced when running the script.'n' can also be fractional.PAUSE4 without any arguments completes the pause routine. Requirements:· MATLAB 6.5.1 or higher
It only works in the current working directory.Exact filename matches for files anywhere on the ML path will work just as if 'edit' were typed instead.The auto-complete function added to this tool makes it more useful thant the classic 'ed' function.
In situations where the current directory contains a sub-directory, typing 'cd sub-directory' will change the directory as long as the partial match is non-ambiguous.If will work with even partial directory names.If there are two directory names star
The algorithm computes and returns the optimal path given the adjacency per cost sparse matrix and source - destination nodes. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.5 or higher
Using the public domain ZLIB Deflator algorithm, these two functions (DZIP and DUNZIP) losslessly compress or decompress MATLAB variables of most data types so that they occupy less space.The class type, variable size and shape are stored inside the
The script can also handle rectangular problems and problems with forbidden allocations. Requirements:· MATLAB 7.6 or higher
Roodi stands for Ruby Object Oriented Design Inferometer What's New in This Release: · Upgraded from ParseTree to ruby_parser.
It finds a (near) optimal solution to a variation of the M-TSP (that has a variable number of salesmen) by setting up a GA to search for the shortest route (least distance needed for the salesmen to travel to each city exactly once and return to thei
Finds a (near) optimal solution to a variation of the "open" M-TSP by setting up a GA to search for the shortest route (least distance needed for each salesman to travel from the start location to unique individual cities without returning to the sta
The script finds a (near) optimal solution to a variation of the "open" M-TSP by setting up a GA to search for the shortest route (least distance needed for each salesman to travel from the start location to unique individual cities and finally to th
Finds a (near) optimal solution to a variation of the M-TSP by setting up a GA to search for the shortest route (least distance needed for the salesmen to travel to each city exactly once without returning to their starting location). Each salesman t
Finds a (near) optimal solution to a variation of the M-TSP by setting up a GA to search for the shortest route (least distance needed for each salesman to travel from the start location to individual cities and back to the original starting place).E