LabExer2-Partial Fraction Expansion

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/22/11 Hilmer Medrano - MITL FEEDBACK AND CONTROL SYSTEM LABORATORY MODELLING IN THE FREQUENCY DOMAIN PARTIAL FRACTION EXPANSION Hilmer Medrano - MITL 7/22/11 Hilmer Medrano - MITL Polynomials in matrix form: Example: Can be entered in MATLAB in vector matrix form: Which results to: And: POLYNOMIAL IN VECTOR MATRIX FORM Hilmer Medrano - MITL 7/22/11 Hilmer Medrano - MITL poly() and roots() command • For the factored form of the polynomial • P3 can be transformed into a polynomial using poly(v) , where v is a row vector containing the roots of the polynomial and poly (v) forms the coefficients of the polynomial. MATLAB displays the coefficients of P3 • The roots of a polynomial can be extracted using the roots() Hilmer Medrano - MITL 7/22/11 Hilmer Medrano - MITL conv() command conv () command multiplies two polynomial together Hilmer Medrano - MITL 7/22/11 Hilmer Medrano - MITL Partial Fraction Expansion • Partial Fraction expansion can be found using the [K,p,k] = residue...
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This note was uploaded on 07/22/2011 for the course ECON 112 taught by Professor Ahd during the Spring '11 term at Alabama.

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