The demonstrations performed during the lectures are all based on the
program. They consits of a set of m-files that can be run by all implementations
of Matlab 8.0 and higher. You can gain access to the server with the code
This contains a directory for each lecture, where all the m-files for
that particular lecture is stored. Files for lecture 2 is thus in
All files must then be copied to a directory from which the demonstartion
can be run. Note that some demonstartions uses m-files with the same name,
so files from different lectures might conflict. It is therefore important
to keep files from different lectures in different directories.
The programs has been developed on a PC with a sound card. They have
been tested under Linux for Matlab 8.10 with the signal processing
No guarantee on the proper operation of these programs is given, and
they might not work in exact the same way on other operating systems. Especially
problems with sound can be encountered, when running on hardware with no
sound card. This can easily be fixed by removing code lines with the sound
statement involved. The programs are not fully debugged and might not give
logical answers for some uses.
Note, that these programs must only be used for self study. Please do
not copy or use them for any other purposes without consulting me first.
Click on the different lecture numbers to jump to the individual lecture
programs. The name after the lecture indicates the program to run for starting
the demonstration. Note that m-files should be downloaded as an ASCII file,
and all other files must downloaded as binary using FTP. Remember to download
all the files in the directory in order to make the demos work.
Note that the Field II program must be installed properly before the
demonstration program for lecture 3 will work. It can be found at: