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Does Mathematica solve transfer functions differently to Matlab?
Please note this is an edit to the same question posed a few weeks back: I'm using Mathematica to derive the transfer functions for a three phase AC/DC inverter. Given below is the code for the ...
Apr 2 '13 at 9:16
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