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Hi, 
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I'm just posting to say that I seem to have identified to source of the problem (with the help of a friend). 

"Steven Lord" <slord@mathworks.com> wrote in message <gssjmp$7pg$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
Ok. I found a solution to my problem. The first thing I did was edit out the the error checking part of arithenco and arithdeco (copy the files to your working directory for safety. MATLAB will use these copies before the ones in the toolbox). The next step was to convert the signal to a form where it starts at 1 and contains only integers. To do this I divided by min(A) and rounded: 
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