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Topic: problem in z transform of heaviside function
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workaholic

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problem in z transform of heaviside function
Posted: Sep 17, 2010 11:31 AM
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I want to use ztrans function to calculate heavisde function's z
transform.


but the result is:
syms t
ztrans(heaviside(t))

ans =

1/(z - 1) + 1/2

while in the textbooks, the z transform of heaviside function 1(t) is
z/(z-1). So why is there a 1/2 difference?



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