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I'm trying to convert a system from c2d and then from d2c but the results are not the same. Why? There is no delay!

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sadel
sadel on 23 Jun 2011
My system is: s^2/s^3+1 My code is:
num=[1 0 0];
den=[1 0 0 1];
sys=tf(num,den)
sysd=c2d(sys,0.3)
sys2=d2c(sysd)
Why is the "sys" different from the "sys2"? Why a system like this 1/(s+1) gives correct results?
num=[1];
den=[1 1];
sys=tf(num,den)
sysd=c2d(sys,0.3)
sys2=d2c(sysd)

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zohar
zohar on 23 Jun 2011
Hi sadel
I execute your code and I got :
Transfer function:
s^2
-------
s^3 + 1
Transfer function:
0.2997 z^2 - 0.6 z + 0.3003
-----------------------------
z^3 - 2.987 z^2 + 3.014 z - 1
Sampling time: 0.3
Transfer function:
s^2 - 6.217e-015 s - 1.066e-014
---------------------------------------
s^3 - 6.106e-015 s^2 - 1.377e-014 s + 1
1.377e-014 is very close to zero !
Isn't it enough ?

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