Matla® is a software tool for numeric computation, simulation and visualization, developed by The Mathworks, Inc. It is used heavily in education, research, and industry, for solving general, as well as application area-specific problems, that arise in various disciplines. For this purpose Matla has numerous sets of application-specific scripts, called “toolboxes”. A Laser Toolbox is introduced providing several scripts for analysis and visualization of laser beam properties, as well as, simulation of laser material interaction and processes. The toolbox, examples and documentation can all be found at the author’s website. The Laser Toolbox was developed for Matla version 7.5, and will run on any operating system supported by Matlab.
Matlab laser toolbox
Gert-willem Römer, A. J. Huis in ‘t Veld; March 23–25, 2010. "Matlab laser toolbox." Proceedings of the Pacific International Conference on Applications of Lasers and Optics. PICALO 2010: 4th Pacific International Conference on Laser Materials Processing, Micro, Nano and Ultrafast Fabrication. Wuhan, People’s Republic of China. (pp. pp. 523-529). ASME. https://doi.org/10.2351/1.5062074
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