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Topic: how to convert a symbolic system into its matrix form
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pietro

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how to convert a symbolic system into its matrix form
Posted: Mar 14, 2013 1:18 PM
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Hi all,

I have a symbolic system and I have to convert it in its matrix form. As example:

a*x+b*y=2;
c*x+d*y=5;

in
[a,b;c,d]*[x;y]=[2;5];

Is there anyway to perform that with matlab2012a? I know there is the function equationsToMatrix for the 2013a version, but unfortunately I don't have it. :(

thanks

Best regards

Pietro



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