Simulation engine for hybrid continuous- and discrete-time systems in MATLAB.
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README.md

odehybrid

The odehybrid library makes it easy to create simulations of dynamical systems with both continuous-time components (such as physical models) and multiple discrete-time components (such as digital controllers and signal processors). It's like MATLAB's built-in ode45 function, but extended for discrete-time systems, complex state organization, and logging. To get started, see examples_odehybrid.m. View online documentation:

http://www.anuncommonlab.com/doc/odehybrid/

Homepage:

http://www.anuncommonlab.com/odehybrid/