Introduction to Octave Dr. P.J.G. Long Department of Engineering University of Cambridge Based on the Tutorial Guide to Matlabwrittenby Dr. Paul Smith September 2005 This document provides an introduction to computing using Octave.
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D 2 d Why do octaves sound the same? Abstract The octave, a relation between two tones whose fundamental frequencies stand in the ratio 2:1, is a foundation of tonal musics worldwide: notes separated by an octave are considered harmonically equivalent, and melodies are often sung or played in ...
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1 OCTAVE SM* Threat Profiles Christopher Alberts and Audrey Dorofee Software Engineering Institute Carnegie Mellon University The Operationally Critical Threat, Asset, and Vulnerability Evaluation SM (OCTAVE SM) is an information security risk evaluation that is comprehensive, systematic, and ...
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A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF MATLAB, OCTAVE, FREEMAT, AND SCILAB FOR RESEARCH AND TEACHING Neeraj Sharma and Matthias K. Gobbert Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Econometrics with Octave Dirk Eddelb uttel Bank of Montreal, Toronto, Canada. Dirk.Eddelbuettel@bmo.com November 1999 Summary GNU Octave is an open-source implementation ofa (mostly Matlabcompatible) high-level language for numerical computations.
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