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Deep Learning: Training a Model from Scratch  
Deep Learning: Training a Model from Scratch
 
 
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Agile and Model-Based Design for Engineering Software Development
 
Agile and Model-Based Design for Engineering Software Development
 
 
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New in R2018b: Updates and new features for deep learning, smart editing in Simulink, string arrays, and automotive design. Plus, the new 5G Toolbox and Sensor Fusion and Tracking Toolbox.  
New in R2018b: Updates and new features for deep learning, smart editing in Simulink, string arrays, and automotive design. Plus, the new 5G Toolbox and Sensor Fusion and Tracking Toolbox.
 
 
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Creating Specialized Charts with MATLAB Object-Oriented Programming  
Creating Specialized Charts with MATLAB Object-Oriented Programming
 
 
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Deep Learning in Action: Teaching MATLAB to Play Pictionary  
Deep Learning in Action: Teaching MATLAB to Play Pictionary
 
 
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Understanding Kalman Filters  
Understanding Kalman Filters
 
 
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MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, 5e  
MATLAB: A Practical Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving, 5e
 
 
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Live Webinar: Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Curriculum  
Live Webinar: Integrating Computational Thinking into Your Curriculum
 
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Arduino Engineering Kit  
Arduino Engineering Kit
 
Learn important engineering concepts while programming fun Arduino projects with MATLAB and Simulink.
 
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