This interactive seminar will provide an introduction to the powerful
computing environment of MATLAB and demonstrate the tools needed for
conducting research in combinatorics and optimization using MATLAB.
The first 60 minutes will focus on some of the basics of MATLAB, from
entering matrices, solving linear systems, and calculating
eigenvalues, to using the graphical features of MATLAB for plotting
functions and even graphs.
The second 60 minutes will look at writing
your own MATLAB programs (M-files), using symbolic MATLAB, and solving
both discrete and continuous optimization problems using the MOSEK