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Topic: Discrete real-time integration
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Graham

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Discrete real-time integration
Posted: Sep 19, 2011 12:39 PM
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Hi,

Say I have a simple system (1/s) through which I want to pass a signal. I don't have the signal, but only the initial condition x(0).

X(s) --> [1/s] --> Y(s)

Obviously one can easily do this in Simulink. But how do I implement it in Matlab using "normal" code? Sure, I guess I could use something like the Trapezoidal method and do it all manually, but is there not a quicker way to do it?

Many thanks



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