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Topic: simulink tolerance
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bergeon

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simulink tolerance
Posted: Dec 28, 1997 1:09 PM
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During simulation, I often need to reduce the tolerance. What is
the exact difference between 'relative tolerance' and 'absolute
tolerance' ?
Is there any minimum in the precision of the simulation (it seems
that the minimum precision under matlab is 1e-16) ?
Thanks for help,

Yves B.






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