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08 Jul 2014 window.m Window Function for Signal Processing Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu signal processing, control design, image processing, fft, data, windows 6 0
13 Jun 2014 clarke.m Clarke Transform Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu alphabeta transform, power electronics, signal processing, control 5 0
13 Jun 2014 inv_park.m Inverse Park Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu inverse dq transform, power electronics, control design, physics 3 0
13 Jun 2014 inv_clarke.m Inverse Clarke Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu alpha beta transform, power electronics, control design, physics, signal processing 6 0
13 Jun 2014 park.m park transform Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu dq transform, power electronics, control design, physics, axis 5 0
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17 Jan 2013 Trapezoidal Integration Simple and intuitive numerical integration based on trapezoidal rule. Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu

Its more intuitive and allows initial conditons.Its more similar to using cumtrapz.Limits are it doesnt allow non-uniform sampling.

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08 Apr 2014 Trapezoidal Integration Simple and intuitive numerical integration based on trapezoidal rule. Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu Bhargava Reddy

01 Jun 2013 One-Sided FFT More intuitive than built in function for simple operations.Useful for repetitive code and plotiing. Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu Bob GH

Hi
what is the frame number stand for?

17 Jan 2013 Trapezoidal Integration Simple and intuitive numerical integration based on trapezoidal rule. Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu Aravazhi Anbarasu

Its more intuitive and allows initial conditons.Its more similar to using cumtrapz.Limits are it doesnt allow non-uniform sampling.

15 Jan 2013 Trapezoidal Integration Simple and intuitive numerical integration based on trapezoidal rule. Author: Aravazhi Anbarasu Eric

Do you claim any improvements over Matlab's built-in trapz function? If not, why bother?

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