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Topic: Difference between ss-Matlab and SS-Simulink about stability
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Pietro

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Difference between ss-Matlab and SS-Simulink about stability
Posted: Dec 30, 2012 6:51 AM
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Hi,

is possible that a State-Space block (in simulink) with a stable system, give an unbounded output? The input is bounded, and, overall, if i try the simulation in matlab running lsim with the same ss system and the same input the response is ok (i.e. bounded).

Thanks
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