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This book discusses why each object-oriented feature of MATLABŪ is important, demonstrates the use of each feature, and promotes understanding of the interactions between features. With more than 20 years of experience designing and implementing object-oriented software, the expert author explains how he has successfully solved issues related to object-model completeness, public variables, the mixing of objects and vector operations, and the debugging of object-oriented code to create clear and beneficial systems. Chapters include discussions of MATLAB requirements, member variables and functions, overloads, test drives, displaying objects, fieldnames, code development, drawing shapes, building hierarchies, and the MATLAB Class Wizard.