Параллельное Программирование В Matlab М Его Приложения
[Parallel programming in MATLAB and its applications]
The monograph is devoted to use of distributed and parallel calculations in MATLAB interface. The technology is approved on standard problems of linear algebra. The industrial approach for identification of mathematical models of difficult systems on the basis of MATLAB parallel technics is offered. The approach is considered on an example of the simple dynamic model of Russian economy nowadays. That allows study it for great number of potential users. Economic interpretation for the received results is given. An effective capital really used in production process is determined by parallel calculations. Growth of it defines growth of the gross national product. The capital growth is generally caused not by new investments, but the involving of the old production capacities which have got to Russian economy from the Soviet period. But, their source is not boundless. It will soon run low. Estimations show that there will be nothing to involve already in the end of 2008. Means again there will be a recession? Such is the base (pessimistic) scenario for development of the Russian economy. There is also an optimistic scenario for development of the Russian economy presented in this book.
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