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MATLAB keep an eye on structures Engineering introduces you to the MATLAB language with useful hands-on directions and effects, permitting you to speedy in achieving your ambitions. as well as giving an advent to the MATLAB atmosphere and MATLAB programming, this ebook presents all of the fabric had to layout and examine keep an eye on platforms utilizing MATLAB's really good keep watch over structures Toolbox. The regulate structures Toolbox bargains an in depth diversity of instruments for classical and smooth regulate layout. utilizing those instruments you could create types of linear time-invariant structures in move functionality, zero-pole-gain or kingdom area structure. you could manage either discrete-time and continuous-time structures and convert among a number of representations. you could calculate and graph time reaction, frequency reaction and loci of roots. different capabilities let you practice pole placement, optimum keep watch over and estimates. The keep an eye on process Toolbox is open and extendible, permitting you to create custom-made M-files to fit your particular purposes.

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Length (v) Returns the length of the vector v. tril (A) Returns the lower triangular part of the matrix A. triu (A) Returns the upper triangular part of the matrix A. A’ Returns the transpose of the matrix A. Inv (A) Returns the inverse of the matrix A. e. info Chapter 2 ■ Variables, Numbers, Operators and Functions >> F = C([1 2],3:5) F = 1 0 0 0 1 0 Now we build the diagonal matrix G such that the elements of the main diagonal are the same as those of the main diagonal of D: >> G = diag(diag(D)) G = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 We then build the matrix H, formed by taking the intersection of the first and third rows of C and its second, third and fifth columns: >> H = C([1 3],[2 3 5]) H = 7 1 0 0 0 1 Now we build an array I formed by the identity matrix of order 5 × 4, appending the zero matrix of the same order to its right and to the right of that the unit matrix, again of the same order.

Inv (A) Returns the inverse of the matrix A. e. info Chapter 2 ■ Variables, Numbers, Operators and Functions >> F = C([1 2],3:5) F = 1 0 0 0 1 0 Now we build the diagonal matrix G such that the elements of the main diagonal are the same as those of the main diagonal of D: >> G = diag(diag(D)) G = 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 We then build the matrix H, formed by taking the intersection of the first and third rows of C and its second, third and fifth columns: >> H = C([1 3],[2 3 5]) H = 7 1 0 0 0 1 Now we build an array I formed by the identity matrix of order 5 × 4, appending the zero matrix of the same order to its right and to the right of that the unit matrix, again of the same order.

Min (V) The minimum component of V. (min is calculated for complex vectors as the complex number with the smallest complex modulus (magnitude), computed with min(abs(A)). ) mean (V) Average of the components of V. median (V) Median of the components of V. std (V) Standard deviation of the components of V. sort (V) Sorts the components of V in ascending order. For complex entries the order is by absolute value and argument. sum (V) Returns the sum of the components of V. prod (V) Returns the product of the components of V, so, for example, n!