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Faster Computation with MATLAB

Muhammad Alli MInstP, Medical Physicist

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8 Videos (16m)
    • Faster Computation with MATLAB Course Outline

    • Performance

    • Memory Types

    • Preallocation

    • Suppression

    • Bit Precision

    • CPU Parallel Processing and Pogramming

    • GPU Parallel Processing and Programming


About This Class

The primary purpose of this class is to cover the following material in such a fashion that the students can leverage the code and notes to solve any problems they may encounter and provide a foundation upon which they may begin to learn deeper specialties in MATLAB and programming:

  • Performance
    • Memory Types
    • Preallocation
    • Suppression
    • Bit Precision
    • CPU Parallel Processing and Programming 
    • GPU Parallel Processing and Programming

Once you have these basic skills mastered you the student will be able to tackle any challenge and approach much more complex programming tasks.

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Muhammad Alli MInstP

Medical Physicist

Hello, I'm Muhammad Alli

I'm a PhD Candidate at Dublin City University and a Member of the Institute of Physics (IOP).

My research currently focuses on Laser Plasma Physics, Machine Learning, Artificial Neural Networks and Deep Learning.

I have two years of experience teaching MATLAB to undergraduate students on the PS154 Introduction to Computing Module at Dublin City University.

To date I've published three books on MATLAB:

[1] Computational Physics: ...

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