I have learned a lot more about Kuramoto oscillators since I wrote my blog post three weeks ago. I am working with Indika Rajapakse at the University of Michigan and Stephen Smale at the University of California, Berkeley. They are intere
Sean's pick this week is tiledlayout by MathWorks's development team.
R2019b shipped on September 12th and is now available for download!
Check the Release Notes for all of the updates.
Today, Jose Avendano Arbelaez?shares another guest post with us. Make sure you let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
How did you get into Robotics?
This is a question that I am often asked when I attend events as part of t
Even if we crunch numbers a lot, there are plenty of times, for example, when reporting, that we need to mix numbers into text. For a very long time, we've been able to create a character vector, and more recently, a string, with function
I find myself needing to update one of my functions that takes a while to run, in this case, to replace the contents of a large string array depending on certain criteria. I want to have the data available to operate on, so I will stop at a
Someone recently challenged me to convert the curling simulator we published a few years ago (See this post and this post) to take advantage of new features not available at that time: App Designer and Stateflow for MATLAB.
As you can gues
Jiro's Pick this week is Deep Learning Hackathon with Transfer Learning by Paola Jaramillo.Deep learning is becoming more accessible to casual programmers, especially with many pretrained deep neural networks that people can download from
I thought this was worth sharing.
From NASA's hubblesite.org:
This new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter, taken on June 27, 2019, reveals the giant planet's trademark Great Red Spot, and a more intense color palette in the clouds
This post is from Paola Jaramillo, Application Engineer from the Benelux office.
Back in February, I attended a hackathon hosted by Itility: meeting for 3 hours to solve an image classification problem while also enjoying pasta and networ
I recently saw some code that transformed the RGB pixel values of an image into a Px3 matrix, such that each row contained the red, green, and blue color components of a single pixel. Today I want to show that code fragment, explain it, and
Brett's Pick this week is Age and Gender Estimation from Face, by Masayuki Tanaka.Back in 2014, I "co-selected" one of Masayuki's files as a Pick of the Week when I was looking for ways to quantify blur--I was (rightly) taken to task for
Mind-controlled robots have long been featured in science fiction, but thanks to new research in brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), they are no longer fiction.
BCIs are enabling thought-controlled external devices. BCIs are communication pa
In today’s post Lauren Tabolinsky will share 5 short videos to help you get started using our tools. ??We want to keep this playlist updated with new examples so please share your thoughts on what you think!
The competition team works with