Polynomials are equations of a single variable with nonnegative
integer exponents. MATLAB® represents polynomials with numeric
vectors containing the polynomial coefficients ordered by descending
power. For example,
[1 -4 4] corresponds to x2 -
4x + 4. For more information,
see Create and Evaluate Polynomials.
|Polynomial with specified roots or characteristic polynomial|
|Polynomial eigenvalue problem|
|Polynomial curve fitting|
|Partial fraction expansion (partial fraction decomposition)|
|Matrix polynomial evaluation|
|Convolution and polynomial multiplication|
|Deconvolution and polynomial division|
This example shows how to represent a polynomial as a vector in MATLAB® and evaluate the polynomial at points of interest.
Calculate polynomial roots numerically, graphically, or symbolically.
This example shows how to use the
polyder functions to analytically integrate or differentiate any polynomial represented by a vector of coefficients.
This example shows how to fit a polynomial curve to a set of data using