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GNU Octave 4
Octave's graphical interface was introduced in the previous release (see GUI For GNU Octave 3.8) but as it wasn't quite as polished as the Octave team wanted it to it wasn't set as the default. In version 4.
Algorithm Design Techniques: The Assignment Problem
It's easy to set up the objective and constraints using GNU Octave and pass these over to GLPK for a solution. Given some made-up sample data, the program looks like this: % Assignment Problem Example % Cost information (to minimize) c = [20 10 12 11 ...
George Martin: An appreciation
GNU Octave hits a high note
GNU Octave [3] is the closest MATLAB-compatible program, with all the same language syntax, etc. In fact many basic MATLAB scripts will run without an issue in Octave. The biggest thing that held Octave back was the command line interface.
GUI For GNU Octave 3.8
GNU Octave is popular as a free open source alternative to MATLAB. It provides capabilities for the numerical solution of linear and nonlinear problems, and has extensive graphics capabilities for data visualization and manipulation.

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