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Re: compatability- lsim() suggestions?

From: Raymond Rogers
Subject: Re: compatability- lsim() suggestions?
Date: Sat, 08 Mar 2003 21:28:53 -0800
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A S Hodel wrote:

Then a year later MATLAB came out with the tf, ss, zpk functions, etc., using MATLAB's new object-oriented programming capabilities and a whole new way for Octave and MATLAB to be incompatible was born. Pretty clever, eh? Now that raises some pretty involved (pronounced "labor intensive") issues in how to make Octave and MATLAB "compatible." Given that only one part of that team (and only part of that part) is interested in pure MATLAB compatibility, some thought needs to be put here - including
thoughts toward backward compatibility.

"Exciting - isn't it?"  Draal, Babylon 5.

Thanks for the information. Knowing that I will just convert the offending code over to the new form. This should avoid compatability problems ( of this sort) and be transparent. ss2sys is a function in Matlab isn't it? I can't seem to find it in my version; version 4.0


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