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JuanManuel Teijido

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Visual Matlab programming with Visual Science
Posted: Dec 9, 1996 11:18 AM
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I have been very interested by the following article :

Visual Programming for Science
by R. Grehan, Byte December 1996, p. 208

Visual Science is described as a Visual programming
tool (a la Simulink) for numerical simulations. Some
info can be found at :

http://www.acroscience.com/

Visual Science can use its own language or use
Matlab and IDL programs.

Does anybody has any experience of the quality of
the interaction with Matlab?
Can Visual Science execute any m-files and mex-file directly?
Can Visual Science display Matlab graphics (2D and 3D)?
...

Any feedback will be welcome.

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Juan Manuel Teijido teijido@imt.unine.ch
IMT, Institute of Microtechnology tel : +41/38.23.3278
University of Neuchatel (Switzerland) fax : +41/38.23.3201
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