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Set values of tunable-surface coefficients


Knew = setData(K,Kco)
Knew = getData(K,J,KcoJ)


Knew = setData(K,Kco) sets the current values of the tunable coefficients of a tunable surface. K is a tunableSurface object that represents the parametric gain surface:



  • σ is a vector of scheduling variables.

  • n(σ) is a normalization function and γ is a scaling factor (see the Normalization property of tunableSurface).

  • F1,...,FM are basis functions.

  • K0,...,KM are tunable coefficients.

Kco is an array of new values for the coefficients [K0,...,KM].

Knew = getData(K,J,KcoJ) sets the current value of the coefficient of the Jth basis function FJ to KcoJ. Use J = 0 to set the constant coefficient K0.

Input Arguments

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Gain surface, specified as a tunableSurface object,

New coefficient values of the tunable surface, specified as an array.

If the tunable surface K is a scalar-valued gain, then the length of K is (M+1), where M is the number of basis functions in the parameterization. For example, if K represents the tunable gain surface:


then Kco is the 1-by-4 vector [K0,K1,K2,K3].

For array-valued gains, each coefficient expands to the I/O dimensions of the gain. These expanded coefficients are concatenated horizontally in Kco. (See tunableSurface.) For example, for a two-input, two-output gain surface, Kco has dimensions [2,2(M+1)]. See evalSurf for an example that uses setData on an array-valued gain.

Index of basis function, specified as a nonnegative integer. To set the constant coefficient K0, use J = 0.

Coefficient of the Jth basis function in the tunable surface parameterization, specified as a scalar or an array.

If the tunable surface K is a scalar-valued gain, then KcoJ is a scalar. If K is an array-valued gain, then KcoJ is an array that matches the I/O dimensions of the gain.

Output Arguments

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Gain surface with new coefficient values, returned as a tunableSurface object.

Introduced in R2015b