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Justin Burzachiello


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How can I model equation of motion (2nd order ODE) when system matrices are in terms of state variables?
Hello. Hello. I'd like to simulate a 2 degree of freedom system with arbitrary initial conditions. However, the equation of moti...

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How read Matrix Market data into MATLAB?
Hello. I'd like to read matrix data from the following link: https://morwiki.mpi-magdeburg.mpg.de/morwiki/index.php/Linear_1D_Be...

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How can I model second order ODE with matrices and external forcing?
Hello. I am new to MATLAB-based modeling of ODEs, and I was wondering if someone here can help me with simulating the dynamics o...

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How can I create a transfer function in terms of matrices and s ?
Hello. I want to create the following transfer function: for a general descriptor state-space model. Now, I cannot directly co...

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How can I create a descriptor state space model (dss(A,B,C,D,E)) with a nonlinear term, f?
NOTE: This question may stem from insufficient knowledge of state space and nonlinear dynamics on my part. Therefore, it may not...

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Why are the attached .mat files not matrices? What are these files?
Hello. I recently went onto the following website to obtain matrices to use for descriptor state-space equations. https://morwik...

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How do I convert descriptor state-space to transfer function?
Hello. I have a state-space forumla of the form . I'd like to have MATLAB convert this into its respective transfer function fo...

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How take derivative d/dt(sinx), but have result be cosx * d/dt(x) ?
Hello. I'd like to take a derivative of a function, sin(x). I have defined xDot as a symbol (the temporal derivative of x). Ho...

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