- Homework #1: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #2: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #3: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #4: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #5: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #6: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #7: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #8: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #9: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #10: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints
- Homework #11: Assignment - Hints - Matlab Hints

- No additional homeworks are to be assigned.

Install LabVIEW. Please install core disk 1 and core disk 2. LabVIEW installation disks are also available from the College of Engineering ITS department on the first floor of ECJ.

The following resources would also be helpful (but not required) in using LabVIEW:

- "LabVIEW Introduction 3-Hour Courseware"
- Ed Doering, "Getting Started with LabVIEW"
- Eduardo Perez,
*Introduction To G Programming*, Digital Gap, Inc., 2009. Electronic version is $5.

- Copy the .m files into a folder on your computer.
- Open the Mathscript window in LabVIEW by going to the Tools menu and select "Mathscript Window" (third entry).
- In the Mathscript window, go the File menu and select "LabVIEW MathScript Properties".
- Add the folder containing the .m files from the book to the search path.

Last updated 07/10/17. Send comments to bevans@ece.utexas.edu