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How to Manually Work with Entity Numbers in Selections - handling selections when changing geometry, selections in model M-file code, coordinate based selections using LiveLink for MATLAB functionality Lars Gregersen, COMSOL Blog, June 4, 2014

MATLAB - links to lectures that cover arrays & matrices, logic, program design, graphics, loops, Simulink, Arash Vafanejad, Educator, Jan 2014

MATLAB Communications System Toolbox: Now GPU-Enabled - predefined algorithms for source coding, channel coding, interleaving, modulation, equalization, synchronization, channel modeling, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, July 2, 2012

GPU Programming in MATLAB - parallelizing wave equation solver, solving second-order wave equation, comparing CPU, GPU execution speeds, Jill Reese & Sarah Zaranek, Desktop Engineering, Mar 2012

MathWorks MATLAB vs GNU Octave Speed/Performance Comparison - open source program much slower, Hazudra Fodder, Jan 15, 2011

MATLAB Central has Answers to Share - website serves MathWorks products users, maintaining better customer-vendor relationship, Ned Gulley of The MathWorks, Desktop Engineering, Feb 1, 2010

Toolkits Like MATLAB Enable Parallel Programming - MATLAB parallel toolkit helpful for engineers in using processors, cores effectively, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Jan 26, 2010

MATLAB Moves into the Parallel Domain - computer clusters, parallel languages are needed to solve complex problems, Jos Martin, Desktop Engineering, Oct 1, 2009

Scaling Beyond the Desktop with MATLAB - parallel computing requirements: ease of programming, scalability, portability, separation of user, administrator roles, A Chakravarti, P Ivanov & J Rorison, Desktop Engineering, Jun 30, 2009

Getting the Most From Parallel Systems - parallel computing toolbox in MatLab can run applications on multiple cores, Peter Varhol, Desktop Engineering, Apr 20, 2009

Going Parallel with Star-P and MATLAB - combining two scientific computing tools reaps maximum return, Ilya Mirman of Interactive Supercomputing, Design News, July 17, 2006

MATLAB Embraces HPC - domain experts use high-performance computing environments to develop distributed computing applications, Silvina Grad-Freilich of The MathWorks, Desktop Engineering, January 2006

Maple, Mathematica, and Matlab: The 3M's Without the Tape - first of a three-part series compares three of the most popular productivity tools for scientific and engineering computation, Norman Chonacky and David Winch, Computing in Science & Engineering, January/February 2005

T&M Software Dons Analysis Hat - reviews of calculation tools, including Matlab, Maple, Mathematica, Mathcad and MatrixX, Greg Wempe, Machine Design, December 16, 2004

Mathematics Software Guide - a look at some general-purpose tools in the scientific and mathematical software, including MATLAB, MuPad, Mathematica, Maple, MathCAD and TK Solver, Barry Simon, DE Online July 2003

Matlab Release 13 - with its superior numeric and algebraic tools, MATLAB  remains the best application of its kind, and in its latest release adds special algorithms that make use of Pentium 4, Barry Simon, DE Online, February 2003 (may require free registration)

Matlab 6.5 - after several years absence this engineer's math tool comes back to the Macintosh, offering a much-improved programming environment and state-of-the-art execution speed on all matrix math functions, Charles Seiter, Macworld, December 2002

MATLAB 6 and Student Version of MATLAB - Christian Beardah,  MSOR Connections, November 2001 (pdf)

Teaching ODEs using the Symbolic Math Toolbox in MATLAB v 5.3.1 - Chris Shoostarian, MSOR Connections, November 2000 (pdf)