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toolbox

[′tül‚bäks]
(engineering)
A box to hold tools.
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providing optional Matlab license tracking: 15 Matlab, 3 Economterics Toolbox, 3 Financial Toolbox, 3 Database toolbox, 3 Optimization toolbox, 3 Parallel Computing Toolbox 3 Statistics toolbox, 3 Symbolic Math Toolbox, 3 Spreadsheet Link ex.
WLAN System Toolbox provides MATLAB source code, allowing engineers to customize algorithms and analyses.
The new partnership enables Banker's Toolbox to make continued investments in its existing solutions, new product development initiatives and market expansion.
The toolbox contains highlighted resources organized into categories to help guide the user to the most relevant information.
Lead author of the toolbox was Tom Farin, president and CEO of Farin & Associates, an industry consultant, lecturer and author of three books on financial institution asset-liability management.
Recently Toolbox has noticed a huge influx in sales in the Automotive Tools sector, consumers possibly feeling the pinch when it comes to simple vehicle maintenance and turning their hand to simple things like oil changes, filter changes etc.
The principal goal of the "Ninteger" toolbox for Matlab (Valerio & da Costa, 2004; Valerio, 2011) is to assist with the design of fractional order controllers and with their performance assessment.
A Fitness Fun Toolbox would contain items that children could use to play games, thus increasing the amount of physical activity they get during the day.
The NAG toolbox for MATLAB includes more than a dozen MATLAB-based examples of advanced programming for optimisation problems, simulations, time series analyses and other functions important to financial engineering.
A single toolbox that would otherwise require the purchase of 2 or more separate toolboxes.
The NAG Library, which is accessed via the NAG Toolbox for MATLAB, is a comprehensive collection of mathematical and statistical algorithms.
The toolbox features six basic skills modules and four additional modules to provide cancer survivors and their loved ones with tools to better advocate for themselves and others.