MATLAB and Simulink

MATLAB and Simulink

MATLAB and Simulink is a workshop which focuses on robotic sensing. It would deal with sensors and their calibration to provide a sense of environment to the Robot. Motive of the workshop is to make students familiar with multiple sensors which they can interface with robot and realize various applications.

Workshop Plan Day wise

Introduction to MATLAB

  • Significance of MATLAB windows (Editor, workspace, Command History and Command Window)
  • Basics of MATLAB Programming
  • Use of primary commands in MATLAB
  • Introduction to Objects, Arrays and Matrices Formation of a Color Pixel from a Matrix
  • Introduction to file Types Understanding Looping and Conditional Statements in program
  • Functions and Scripting

Practical 1: Fundamentals of MATLAB vectors, objects and matrix manipulations
Practical 2:- Solving Mathematical calculations
Practical 3:- Accessing data from local and global database

  • Introduction to Image Processing
  • Introduction to images, pixels and frames
  • Types of images and their conversion

Analyzing Images

  • Pixel Information Extraction
  • The Region of Interest
  • Manipulating the Color information of Pixels
  • Properties of ROI

Image Enhancement and Thresholding

Practical 4: Acquisition and displaying different format images.
Practical 5: Image types conversion.
Practical 6: Plotting and subplotting Images to a window.

Project 1: Counting Coins in a Static Image

Image Morphology (Opening, Closing, Erosion, Dilation)

  • Image Filtration
  • Edge Detection
  • De-noising Concept
  • Various Operations on ROI

Practical 7: Color Object Extraction from the Image.

Practical 8: Noise addition and removal from an area of interest

  • Data hiding and retrieval
Project 2: Image Steganography Introduction to Live Digital Image processing
  • A study of the Properties of a Camera
  • Camera Resolutions and its Formats
  • Image color format by a default camera

Introduction to SIMULINK in MATLAB

  • Introduction to circuit simulation.
  • Introduction to modeling.

Practical 9: Circuit simulation of basics circuits*
Practical 10: Modeling of basics circuits*

*R/L/C/RL/RC/RLC circuits

Project 3: Developing a Cruise Control Model
Day 1 | Session 1 & 2

Introduction to MATLAB

  • Significance of MATLAB windows (Editor, workspace, Command History and Command Window)
  • Basics of MATLAB Programming
  • Use of primary commands in MATLAB
  • Introduction to Objects, Arrays and Matrices Formation of a Color Pixel from a Matrix
  • Introduction to file Types Understanding Looping and Conditional Statements in program
  • Functions and Scripting

Practical 1: Fundamentals of MATLAB vectors, objects and matrix manipulations
Practical 2:- Solving Mathematical calculations
Practical 3:- Accessing data from local and global database

  • Introduction to Image Processing
  • Introduction to images, pixels and frames
  • Types of images and their conversion

Analyzing Images

  • Pixel Information Extraction
  • The Region of Interest
  • Manipulating the Color information of Pixels
  • Properties of ROI

Image Enhancement and Thresholding

Practical 4: Acquisition and displaying different format images.
Practical 5: Image types conversion.
Practical 6: Plotting and subplotting Images to a window.

Project 1: Counting Coins in a Static Image
Day 2 | Session 1 & 2

Image Morphology (Opening, Closing, Erosion, Dilation)

  • Image Filtration
  • Edge Detection
  • De-noising Concept
  • Various Operations on ROI

Practical 7: Color Object Extraction from the Image.

Practical 8: Noise addition and removal from an area of interest

  • Data hiding and retrieval
Project 2: Image Steganography Introduction to Live Digital Image processing
  • A study of the Properties of a Camera
  • Camera Resolutions and its Formats
  • Image color format by a default camera

Introduction to SIMULINK in MATLAB

  • Introduction to circuit simulation.
  • Introduction to modeling.

Practical 9: Circuit simulation of basics circuits*
Practical 10: Modeling of basics circuits*

*R/L/C/RL/RC/RLC circuits

Project 3: Developing a Cruise Control Model

Project Details

  • Counting Coins in a Static Image
  • Image Steganography Introduction to Live Digital Image processing
  • Developing a Cruise Control Model

Students should come prepared with the following:

  • Minimum 4 GB RAM is required in each Laptop/ PC.
  • MATLAB (Version R2012b or later) should be installed on each student’s Laptop/ PC.
  • Web Cam installed on each Laptop/ PC.
  • A seminar hall/Class room with seating capacity of 100 students.
  • One projector.
  • 2 Collar mike with sound system.
  • White board and marker.
  • Workshop coordinators(3-5).
  • Laptop charging points.
  • One laptop/PC to each group.
  • Acquaint yourself with practical knowledge.
  • Workshop taken by Exceptionally Qualified and Professional Trainers actively involved in Research & Development.
  • Learn your Area of Interest directly from Industry Experts.
  • Scales up your CV/ Resume in Technical while boosting your Logical Abilities.
  • Brings Confidence in you for Technical rounds of Interview.
  • Lifetime assistance on any of your projects.
  • Certificate of Participation
  • Certificate of Coordination
  • Certificate of Appreciation to College
  • Relevant Software.
  • Study Material (Soft Copy) FREE.
  • A TechieNest notepad

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