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## Forms the series connection of two systems.
##
## Superseded by sysmult.  Do not use this routine!
## used internally in zp2ss
##
## Type of input: Transfer functions
## Command:       [num,den]=series(num1,den1,num2,den2)
## Forms the series representation of the two transfer functions.
##
## Type of input: State space systems
## Command:       [a,b,c,d]=series(a1,b1,c1,d1,a2,b2,c2,d2)
## Forms the series representation of the two state space system arguments.
## The series connected system will have the inputs of system 1 and the
## outputs of system 2.
##
## Type of input: system data structure
## Command:       syst=series(syst1,syst2)
## Forms the series representation of the two mu system arguments.

## Author: David Clem
## Created: August 15, 1994

function [a, b, c, d] = series (a1, b1, c1, d1, a2, b2, c2, d2)

  ## If two arguments input, take care of mu system case

  warning ("series is superseded by sysmult; use sysmult instead.")

  muflag = 0;
  if (nargin == 2)
    temp = b1;
    [a1, b1, c1, d1] = sys2ss (a1);
    [a2, b2, c2, d2] = sys2ss (temp);
    muflag = 1;
  endif

  ## If four arguments input, put two transfer functions in series

  if (nargin == 4)
    a = conv (a1, c1);    # was conv1
    b = conv (b1, d1);    # was conv1
    c = 0;
    d = 0;

    ## Find series combination of 2 state space systems

  elseif (nargin == 8 || muflag == 1)

    ## check matrix dimensions

    [n1, m1, p1] = abcddim (a1, b1, c1, d1);
    [n2, m2, p2] = abcddim (a2, b2, c2, d2);

    if (n1 == -1 || n2 == -1)
      error ("incorrect matrix dimensions");
    endif

    ## check to make sure the number of outputs of system1 equals the number
    ## of inputs of system2

   if(p1 != m2)
     error ("system 1 output / system 2 input connection sizes do not match");
   endif

   ## put the two state space systems in series

    a = [a1, zeros(rows(a1), columns(a2)); b2*c1, a2];
    b = [b1; b2*d1];
    c = [d2*c1, c2];
    d = [d2*d1];

    ## take care of mu output

    if (muflag == 1)
      a = ss (a, b, c, d);
      b = c = d = 0;
    endif
  endif

endfunction


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