Hey all, I was wondering if you can help me define the arguments for the dare() function of matlab. Here is the DARE form I have:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]

\begin{equation}

\begin{split}

\Phi(p_\infty) &= \Phi_\infty = \Phi_{33}-\Phi_{32}(\Phi_\infty+\Phi_{R})^{-1}\Phi_{23}\\

&=\Phi_{33}+\Phi_{32}\Phi_{R}^{-1}\Phi_\infty\Phi_{R}^{-1}\Phi_{23}-\Phi_{32}\Phi_{R}^{-1}\Phi_\infty(\Phi_\infty+\Phi_{R})^{-1}\Phi_\infty\Phi_{R}^{-1}\Phi_{23}-\Phi_{32}\Phi_{R}^{-1}\Phi_{23}

\end{split}

\end{equation}

[/tex]

Here is how MATLAB's dare() function works.

Here is how I defined my variables: [itex]E = I[/itex], [itex]B = I[/itex], [itex]R = \Phi_R[/itex], [itex]Q = \Phi_{33}[/itex], [itex]S=\Phi_{32}[/itex], , [itex]A = 2\Phi_R^{-1}S^T[/itex].

Is this correct?

Thank you : )

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