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If no case_expr equals the switch_expr, then the statements of the otherwise case are executed. There is one important difference with the switch statement: The expressions must be either scalars or strings. MATLAB finds the right sequence of statements to execute by attempting to find the case_expr that matches the switch_expr. Once the statements are executed, the control flow resumes with the statement that follows the switch statement, as with all other statements. 3 Use of the switch statement.

Article No. 24, Proceedings of the 2000 ACM/IEEE Conference on Supercomputing. Dallas, TX. Thompson, W. J. 2000. Introduction to Transport Phenomena. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall PTR. Vierstraete, A. 1999. http://users. html. Last viewed August 24, 2005. 1b Introduction to computing Stanley M. 1 Introduction The computer is a ubiquitous tool for all engineering disciplines, and biomedical engineering is no exception. In biomedical engineering, computers are used to control instrumentation and data collection, analyze images, simulate models, and perform statistical analysis, among many other tasks.

2-1 is a summary of the examples presented in this chapter, in which the problems have been categorized by the underlying phenomena and the numerical method used. Simulink is indicated in the cases where it is used. 2 PhysioNet, PhysioBank, and PhysioToolkit PhysioNet is an Internet resource for biomedical research and development sponsored by the National Biomedical Engineering Desk Reference; ISBN: 9780123746467 Copyright Ó 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved The material in this chapter will enable the student to accomplish the following:  Learn how MATLAB can be used to solve biomedical engineering problems  Learn how Simulink can be used to simulate models of physiological systems  Write MATLAB programs to solve bioengineering problems  Develop Simulink models of physiological systems  Gain an understanding of the role that numerical methods play as the interface between mathematical model and computer solution Center for Research Resources of the National Institute of Health (NIH).

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