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## Re: lsim problem

**From**: |
Gerrit |

**Subject**: |
Re: lsim problem |

**Date**: |
Wed, 20 Oct 2004 22:39:00 +0200 |

**User-agent**: |
Mutt/1.4.1i |

Geraint Paul Bevan schreef:
>* You have defined t, and hence u, as a single row instead of a single*
>* column. If you transpose t and u (using the ' operator), it should work.*
>* *
>* Also, if you use a recent version of Octave, you should find that tf()*
>* works without altering the code to use tf2sys instead.*
Thanks for your help (thanks also to Ada). It works now.
I will also look into a newer version tomorrow, apparantly it isn't in my yum
repository but that doesn't matter. Maybe my quad problem (no 6th
argument, as opposed to matlab's version) can be solved too then ;-).
regards,
Gerrit Holl.
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