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EE10134: Introduction to programming in MATLAB

Owning Department/School: Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Credits: 6
Level: Certificate (FHEQ level 4)
Period: Semester 1
Assessment: CW 50%, EX 50%
Supplementary Assessment: EE10134G - Reassessment Coursework (where allowed by programme regulations)
EE10134G - Reassessment Examination (where allowed by programme regulations)
Requisites:
Description: Aims:
To introduce computer programming skills in MATLAB.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this unit, students should be able to: (i) Create and debug simple MATLAB Programs (ii) Solve basic quantitive problems using the MATLAB programming language (iii) Using MATLAB, make calculations and display results graphically in elementary applications relevant to science and engineering.

Skills:
Application of the information, techniques and methods discussed in the lectures, to the development of appropriate solutions in MATLAB to quantitative problems related to Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Taught, facilitated and tested.

Content:
The MATLAB environment. MATLAB as an interactive calculator. Constants, variables and arithmetic. Creating and running MATLAB programs. Loops and iteration: Summation and recurrence. Use of functions. Arrays and subscripts: sorting and filtering. Modelling simple systems and displaying results graphically. Matrices and matrix facilities of MATLAB. 2D and 3D graphics.
Programme availability:

EE10134 is Compulsory on the following programmes:

Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
• UEEE-AFB13 : BEng (hons) Computer Systems Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKB13 : BEng (hons) Computer Systems Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFB01 : BEng (hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKB01 : BEng (hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFB12 : BEng (hons) Electrical Power Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKB12 : BEng (hons) Electrical Power Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFB05 : BEng (hons) Electronic and Communication Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKB05 : BEng (hons) Electronic and Communication Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFB14 : BEng (hons) Electronic Engineering with Space Science & Technology (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKB14 : BEng (hons) Electronic Engineering with Space Science & Technology (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFM13 : MEng (hons) Computer Systems Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKM13 : MEng (hons) Computer Systems Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFM01 : MEng (hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKM01 : MEng (hons) Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFM12 : MEng (hons) Electrical Power Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKM12 : MEng (hons) Electrical Power Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFM05 : MEng (hons) Electronic and Communication Engineering (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKM05 : MEng (hons) Electronic and Communication Engineering (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1
• UEEE-AFM14 : MEng (hons) Electronic Engineering with Space Science & Technology (Full-time) - Year 1
• UEEE-AKM14 : MEng (hons) Electronic Engineering with Space Science & Technology (Full-time with Thick Sandwich Placement) - Year 1

Notes:
* This unit catalogue is applicable for the 2013/4 academic year only. Students continuing their studies into 2014/15 and beyond should not assume that this unit will be available in future years in the format displayed here for 2013/14.
* Programmes and units are subject to change at any time, in accordance with normal University procedures.
* Availability of units will be subject to constraints such as staff availability, minimum and maximum group sizes, and timetabling factors as well as a student's ability to meet any pre-requisite rules.