MATLAB, first introduced in 1984 is a software program specifically geared towards those with backgrounds in science, engineering, and economics, that allows users to generate interfaces, process images, and teach/incorporates some aspects of linear algebra.
In conclusion, MATLAB is a software program developed over 30 years ago, by a company called 'MathWorks." This software program is able to use multiple paradigms, or computer languages to graph inputs, process images, and incorporates aspects of lambada algebra and calculus. MATLAB is also capable of multi-domain simulations and model design for embedded systems using an additional package add-on referred to as Simulink. (With an additional fee, of course.)
Allows the creation of customer user interfaces with the ability to interface with other
Although the program has many uses in the Industrial and educational fields, it also has much competition throughout the industry, with such programs as Mathematica, TK Solver, Maple, and IDL. There are also many free, open source programs that can be used in connection with MATLAB, that utilize the same programming language and can be used as a supplemental aid to MATLAB itself. Again, in conclusion, this software program is vital to those who are studying computers, computer language, and programming or anyone who wants to take the next step in learning numerics and analysis.