>From: "Joshua A. Miele" <jam@socrates.Berkeley.EDU>
>Mailing-List: list firstname.lastname@example.org; contact
>Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2001 15:58:23 -0700
>Subject: Matlab anyone?
>I'm a researcher at UC Berkeley in hearing and auditory displays. We use
>Matlab extensively for modeling and data analysis. I've built a set of
>functions for auditory and tactile data representation from within the
>Matlab environment. The auditory part is handled by any standard sound card
>and the tactile part consists of nice graphics output to any
>graphics-capable embosser. If anyone else out there is using Matlab and
>wants/needs such tools, I'd be happy to share. Please write if you're
>I'd also really like to find other blind Matlab users who would be
>interested in discussing issues of Matlab accessibility such as Simulink
>and Matlab handle graphics objects. Maybe if there is some interest we
>could set up a parallel list for this since this one gets a bit congested.
Braille is the solution to the digital divide.
Lloyd Rasmussen, Senior Staff Engineer
National Library Service f/t Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress (202) 707-0535 <email@example.com>
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