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Nathan Hardenberg


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How to call element of matrix of symbolic variables
Since the code answer is a bit hidden in the comments I'm posting the solution as full code here: syms th1(t) Lc1 tc1(t) = [...

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Symbolic vectors 'invalid variable name'
In my R2021b version your code works without an error. And the output is like one would expect: syms a [1 4] display(a)

3 months ago | 0

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How do I create a UDP Server in Simulink?
At the moment (28.10.2021) Simulink has no functionality to read out sender/client ip and port. I got this functionality with a ...

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How to create array of linearly spaced values from starting and ending points
I want to add the same function/functionality for Simulink. Since the given answer does not seem to work with a Simulink Matlab-...

1 year ago | 0

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Error when import urdf file into simulink.
This error happens if no robot name is defined in the urdf file! The first line of the urdf file should look something like thi...

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How do I create a UDP Server in Simulink?
Question I'm trying to create an UDP-Server with Simulink. I found many differend UDP-Send and UDP-Receive/UDP-Read Blocks in S...

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I am making a UDP server using Matlab to communicate with UDP client using Tiva C (by code composer) through ethernet cable , the client and server are on the same laptop but the tiva c IP address is 192.168.1.200
Here is an example using udpport() since udp() will be removed in a future release! Here PORT is the port of the server the dat...

1 year ago | 1

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Error reading VRML file: ***.wrl: Can't open file for reading.
For me the problem was the path. One folder contained a #-symbol which caused the error. Even if the path is relative a # in the...

1 year ago | 1

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Macaulay functions in MUPad
Not quite the solution you are looking for, but it is certainly possible to use the heaviside function. The heaviside function i...

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