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POLYDER: Octave function to differentiate polynomial

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  • Kai Habel

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I have added support for polynomial products and quotients to polyder. It should work like the matlab function now. polyder doesn't call polyderiv anymore, but it includes the polyderiv code for polynoms, so you can replace the old script with the new one.

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  • Kai Habel, 2000. "POLYDER: Octave function to differentiate polynomial," Octave codes C042502, .
  • Handle: RePEc:cod:octave:c042502
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