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Re: compatability- lsim() suggestions?

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: compatability- lsim() suggestions?
Date: Sat, 08 Mar 2003 15:35:11 -0500
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Raymond Rogers wrote:

I am trying to make a system identification package compatable with Octave & Matlab. The programs call lsim with the ss A,B,C,D whereas Octave's lsim requirs a sys argument. What is the best way to insure compatability?

Trying the code under matlab and octave to
make sure it works?  :-)

According to the matlab manual pages, lsim takes
one or more sys arguments.  It makes no mention
of other forms, such as ss or tf.  Since it is easy
enough to build a sys from ss or tf, this won't be
too much of an issue.  Perhaps older versions of
matlab did not take a sys argument?

Paul Kienzle

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