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MathWorks MATLAB R2018b Update 3 MacOsx

MathWorks MATLAB R2018b Update 3 MacOsx| 2.5 Gb

The MathWorks team is pleased to announce the availability of MATLAB R2018b Update 3 (build This update contains bug fixes to R2018b,including all the fixes from previous updates.

R2018b Updates Release Notes:

Bugs Fixed
Bugs fixedin this update Update 3 also fixes an issue with the Update Installer dialog on high resolution displays, avoids some unnecessary rebuilds when a Simulink model reference hierarchy includes MATLAB Function blocks, and includes stability improvements in Embedded Coderand MATLAB Coder. For MATLAB Mobile users, this update fixes an issuethat caused unrelated figure thumbnails to display.

About MATLAB R2018b. MathWorks introduced new flight analysis and visualization capabilities for aerospace design with MATLAB and Simulink. In Release 2018b, the Aerospace Blockset adds flight control analysis tools to help analyze the flight performance of aerospace vehicles. Aerospace Toolbox adds the ability to customize user interfaces with cockpit flight instruments for visualizing and analyzing the movement and behavior of aerospace vehicles. Engineers can now develop continuous workflows from the early stages of vehicle design and development to in-flight prototyping, which shortens the time between design and testing.

Aerospace design must comply with strict design and regulatory requirements to ensure compliance with standards such as MIL-F-8785C, DO-178 B and DO-178 C, for which engineering teams usually rely on Simulink and the DO Qualification Kit. Engineers working with their own or third-party flight visualization and analysis tools can now work directly in the Simulink environment for flight simulation, visualization and analysis. By using model-oriented design and Simulink in the early stages of the design workflow, teams can more easily maintain models and code. They can also exchange models between groups and contractors to ensure that all requirements are met.

Aerospace Blockset helps engineers quickly model, simulate and analyze the dynamics of spacecraft. In R2018b, a new flight control analysis tool has appeared, allowing for an expanded analysis of the dynamic characteristics of aerospace vehicles. Tools include start-up templates and functions for calculating and analyzing the flight qualities of gliders modeled in Simulink.

Aerospace Toolbox provides tools and functions that help analyze and visualize the movement of an aerospace vehicle using reference standards and models. New in the R2018b is the addition of flight instruments that display measurements using standard cockpit instruments.

The 2018b release also introduces updates for MATLAB and Simulink, two new toolkits and design enhancements, testing and deployment of deep learning and automotive applications.The latest release includes:

- Extended support for string arrays in MATLAB and Simulink.
- Added the ability to intelligently edit Simulink. For example, you can now automatically create ports by simply clicking and dragging the outline of a block, and you can rename your blocks more easily.
- New 5G Toolbox, which is completely based on standards and complies with standards, so you can simulate, analyze and test the physical layer of 5G communication systems.
- Improved deep learning capabilities for preprocessing, building models and generating code.
- Enhanced interaction with other deep learning environments thanks to the support of ONNYX.
- Improve the possibilities of automatic driving, including a new application Driving Scenario Designer.
- New toolkit Sensor Fusion and Tracking Toolbox, which allows you to develop and test algorithms for combining and tracking sensors.

About MathWorks. MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design for multidomain dynamic and embedded systems. Engineers and scientists worldwide rely on these product families to accelerate the pace of discovery, innovation, and development in automotive, aerospace, electronics, financial services, biotech-pharmaceutical, and other industries. MATLAB and Simulink are also fundamental teaching and research tools in the world's universities and learning institutions. Founded in 1984, MathWorks employs more than 3500 people in 15 countries, with headquarters in Natick, Massachusetts, USA.

Product: MathWorks MATLAB
Version: R2018b (build Update 3
Supported Architectures: x64
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Language: english
System Requirements: MacOsx
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: MathWorks MATLAB R2018b
Size: 2.5 Gb

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