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Re: Define delay in a continuous system?
From: 
Geraint Paul Bevan 
Subject: 
Re: Define delay in a continuous system? 
Date: 
Tue, 14 Dec 2004 11:06:16 +0000 
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Joaquín Reyes González wrote:
 Hi to all:

 I'm trying to define a continuous system (thought transfer function)
 with octave 2.1 (running by Debian Sarge), seems that:

 Tf = e^(10*s) / (1+20*s)

 So, how could I define the delay?

 THANK YOU SO MUCH.

There was an answer to a similar question previously:
http://www.octave.org/octavelists/archive/helpoctave.2002/msg00080.html
If you choose to use the Pade approximation, the formulae for the
exponential function are given at:
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PadeApproximant.html
 
Geraint Bevan
http://www.mech.gla.ac.uk/~gbevan
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