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Z-transformation in simulation of continuous system

Miroslav Kašpar, Alexandr Štefek

Abstract


Mostly used method for continuous system simulation is using algorithms for numeric solving of differential equations system. These algorithms are usual more compute-intensive.
Paper is considering by possibility of using discrete method for solving continuous systems. This kind of system is faster and accuracy is better then other alternative methods (like Euler’s method of 1.order).
One part of experiments is compare of outputs from three simulation types:
– solving by RungeKutt 4.order method
– solving by Euler’s 1.order method
– solving by new method

In paper there is compare of whole computing process by numeric methods and new method. At the end there is analysis of preparing and using new method to solve continuous systems. Main accent is done on computing time of all methods and on output accuracy too.
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2006-12-21

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