Matlab 8.4 (R2014b)

MATLAB R2014b (version 8.4) is installed in SERC. MATLAB, the language of technical computing, is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric computation. SimulinkĀ® is a graphical environment for simulation and Model-Based Design of multidomain dynamic and embedded systems.MATLAB PCT parallel profile works only on the local system. Click on local below for details.

 

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NOTE: Make sure that you include only the directory in MATLAB path for that profile which is set as default. Other profile directories should not be on the path.

In which systems is MATLAB available ?

MATLAB R2014b (Version 8.4) is currently available on all the access stations in SERC I & II floor bays. You can use MATLAB from a ascii terminal, but an X-window system will support more graphic displays.

How to invoke MATLAB ?

Path for matlab-R2014b:

/home/pkg/lic/matlab-R2014b/bin

For C-shell:

set path=(/home/pkg/lic/matlab-R2014b/bin $path)

For ksh or bash:

export PATH=/home/pkg/lic/matlab-R2014b/bin:$PATH

How to Install MATLAB-R2014b on my department machine?

It can run in 32-bit machines also.

System Requirements

Installation Guide (includes instructions to download also)

What are all Tool boxes available in MATLAB-R2014b (8.4)?

Toolbox Version
MATLAB 8.4
SIMULINK 8.4
Communication_Toolbox 5.7
Control_Toolbox 9.8
Curve_Fitting_Toolbox 3.5
Signal_Blocks 8.7
Financial_Toolbox 5.4
Fixed_Point_Toolbox 4.3
Fuzzy_Toolbox 2.2.20
Image_Toolbox 9.1
Compiler 5.2
Neural_Network_Toolbox 8.2.1
Optimization_Toolbox 7.1
Distributed_Computing_Toolbox (PCT) 6.5
PDE_Toolbox 1.5
Robust_Toolbox 5.2
Signal_Toolbox 6.22
Simulink_Control_Design 4.1
Simulink_Design_Optim 2.6
Statistics_Toolbox 9.1
Symbolic_Toolbox 6.1
Identification_Toolbox 9.1
Wavelet_Toolbox 4.14

Where do I get help ?

MATLAB is an interactive programme with on-line help. To get an overview of MATLAB type intro from the MATLAB prompt. The help command tells you the topics (directories) available in MATLAB. The command help directory_name or help function_name gives more detailed help about the directory or the function. You can also look for a particular topic by typing lookfor topic.

For further assistance, contact to HelpDesk@SERC by E-mail or phone(#510 within SERC).