[Ian, Tega]
Updated A, B, C, D matrices for the statespace model to remove bugs in the previous estimate of the system dynamics. Updated the last post to represent the current matrixes.
We used MatLab to get the correct timeseries filter coefficients in ZPK format and added them to the filters running in the TM_RESP filter matrix.
Get the pospos transfer function from the CDS model. Strangely, this seems to take a lot longer than anticipated to generate the transfer function, even though we are mainly probing the lowfrequency behavior of the system.
For example, a test that should be taking approximately 6 minutes is taking well over an hour to complete. This swept sine (results below) was on the low settings to get a fast answer and it looks bad. This is a VERY basic system it shouldn't be taking this long to complete a Swept sine TF.
Noticed that we need to run eval $(./env_cymac) every time we open a new terminal otherwise CDS doesn't work as expected. Since this has been the source of quite a few errors already, we have decided to put it in the startup .bashrc script.
loc=$(pwd)
cd ${HOME}/dockercymac/
eval $(./env_cymac)
cd ${loc}
