sectorplot

Compute or plot sector index as function of frequency

Syntax

``sectorplot(H,Q)``
``sectorplot(H,Q,w)``
``sectorplot(H1,H2,...,HN,Q)``
``sectorplot(H1,H2,...,HN,Q,w)``
``sectorplot(H1,LineSpec1,...,HN,LineSpecN,Q)``
``sectorplot(H1,LineSpec1,...,HN,LineSpecN,Q,w)``
``````[index,wout] = sectorplot(H,Q)``````
``index = sectorplot(H,Q,w)``

Description

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````sectorplot(H,Q)` plots the relative sector indices for the dynamic system `H` and a given sector matrix `Q`. These indices measure by how much the sector bound is satisfied (index less than 1) or violated (index greater than 1) at a given frequency. (See About Sector Bounds and Sector Indices for more information about the meaning of the sector index.) `sectorplot` automatically chooses the frequency range and number of points based on the dynamics of `H`.Let the following be an orthogonal decomposition of the symmetric matrix `Q` into its positive and negative parts.$Q={W}_{1}{W}_{1}^{T}-{W}_{2}{W}_{2}^{T},\text{ }{W}_{1}^{T}{W}_{2}=0.$The sector index plot is only meaningful if ${W}_{2}^{T}H$ has a proper stable inverse. In that case, the sector indices are the singular values of:$\left({W}_{1}^{T}H\left(j\omega \right)\right){\left({W}_{2}^{T}H\left(j\omega \right)\right)}^{-1}.$```
````sectorplot(H,Q,w)` plots the sector index for frequencies specified by `w`.If `w` is a cell array of the form `{wmin,wmax}`, then `sectorplot` plots the sector index at frequencies ranging between `wmin` and `wmax`.If `w` is a vector of frequencies, then `sectorplot` plots the sector index at each specified frequency.```
````sectorplot(H1,H2,...,HN,Q)` and `sectorplot(H1,H2,...,HN,Q,w)` plot the sector index for multiple dynamic systems `H1,H2,...,HN` on the same plot. ```
````sectorplot(H1,LineSpec1,...,HN,LineSpecN,Q)` and `sectorplot(H1,LineSpec1,...,HN,LineSpecN,Q,w)` specify a color, linestyle, and marker for each system in the plot.```
``````[index,wout] = sectorplot(H,Q)``` returns the sector index at each frequency in the vector `wout`. The output `index` is a matrix, and the value `index(:,k)` gives the sector indices in descending order at the frequency `w(k)`. This syntax does not draw a plot.```
````index = sectorplot(H,Q,w)` returns the sector indices at the frequencies specified by `w`.```

Examples

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Plot the sector index to visualize the frequencies at which the I/O trajectories of $G\left(s\right)=\left(s+2\right)/\left(s+1\right)$ lie within the sector defined by:

`$S=\left\{\left(y,u\right):0.1{u}^{2}`

In U/Y space, this sector is the shaded region of the following diagram.

The Q matrix for this sector is given by:

```a = 0.1; b = 10; Q = [1 -(a+b)/2 ; -(a+b)/2 a*b];```

A trajectory $y\left(t\right)=G\phantom{\rule{0.1em}{0ex}}u\left(t\right)$ lies within the sector S when for all T > 0,

`$0.1{\int }_{0}^{T}u{\left(t\right)}^{2}<\phantom{\rule{0.2777777777777778em}{0ex}}\phantom{\rule{0.2777777777777778em}{0ex}}{\int }_{0}^{T}u\left(t\right)y\left(t\right)dt<\phantom{\rule{0.2777777777777778em}{0ex}}\phantom{\rule{0.2777777777777778em}{0ex}}10{\int }_{0}^{T}u{\left(t\right)}^{2}dt.$`

In the frequency domain, this same condition can be expressed as:

`${\left(\begin{array}{c}G\left(j\omega \right)\\ 1\end{array}\right)}^{H}Q\left(\begin{array}{c}G\left(j\omega \right)\\ 1\end{array}\right)<0.$`

To check whether `G` satisfies or violates this condition at any frequency, plot the sector index for `H = [G;1]`.

```G = tf([1 2],[1 1]); sectorplot([G;1],Q)```

The plot shows that the sector index is less than 1 at all frequencies. Therefore, the trajectories of G(s) fit within in the specified sector Q at all frequencies.

Examine the sector plot of a 2-output, 2-input system for a particular sector.

```rng(4,'twister'); H = rss(3,4,2); Q = [-5.12 2.16 -2.04 2.17 2.16 -1.22 -0.28 -1.11 -2.04 -0.28 -3.35 0.00 2.17 -1.11 0.00 0.18]; sectorplot(H,Q)```

Because `H` is 2-by-2, there are two lines on the sector plot. The largest value of the sector index exceeds 1 below about 0.5 rad/s and in a narrow band around 3 rad/s. Therefore, `H` does not satisfy the sector bound represented by `Q`.

Input Arguments

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Model to analyze against sector bounds, specified as a dynamic system model such as a `tf`, `ss`, or `genss` model. `H` can be continuous or discrete. If `H` is a generalized model with tunable or uncertain blocks, `sectorplot` analyzes the current, nominal value of `H`.

To analyze whether all I/O trajectories (u(t),y(t) of a linear system G lie in a particular sector, use `H = [G;I]`, where ```I = eyes(nu)```, and `nu` is the number of inputs of `G`.

If `H` is a model array, then `sectorplot` plots the sector index of all models in the array on the same plot. When you use output arguments to get sector-index data, `H` must be a single model.

Sector geometry, specified as:

• A matrix, for constant sector geometry. `Q` is a symmetric square matrix that is `ny` on a side, where `ny` is the number of outputs of `H`.

• An LTI model, for frequency-dependent sector geometry. `Q` satisfies Q(s)’ = Q(–s). In other words, Q(s) evaluates to a Hermitian matrix at each frequency.

The matrix `Q` must be indefinite to describe a well-defined conic sector. An indefinite matrix has both positive and negative eigenvalues.

Frequencies at which to compute and plot indices, specified as the cell array `{wmin,wmax}` or as a vector of frequency values.

• If `w` is a cell array of the form `{wmin,wmax}`, then the function computes the index at frequencies ranging between `wmin` and `wmax`.

• If `w` is a vector of frequencies, then the function computes the index at each specified frequency. For example, use `logspace` to generate a row vector with logarithmically-spaced frequency values.

Specify frequencies in units of rad/`TimeUnit`, where `TimeUnit` is the `TimeUnit` property of the model.

Line style, marker, and color, specified as a string or vector of one, two, or three characters. The characters can appear in any order. You do not need to specify all three characteristics (line style, marker, and color). For example, if you omit the line style and specify the marker, then the plot shows only the marker and no line. For more information about configuring this argument, see the `LineSpec` input argument of the `plot` function.

Example: `'r--'` specifies a red dashed line

Example: `'*b'` specifies blue asterisk markers

Example: `'y'` specifies a yellow line

Output Arguments

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Sector indices as a function of frequency, returned as a matrix. `index` contains the sector indices computed at the frequencies `w` if you supplied them, or `wout` if you did not. `index` has as many columns as there are values in `w` or `wout`, and as many rows as `H` has inputs. Thus the value `index(:,k)` gives the sector indices in descending order at the frequency `w(k)`.

For example, suppose that `G` is a 3-input, 3-output system, `Q` is a suitable sector matrix, and `w` is a 1-by-30 vector of frequencies, then the following syntax returns a 3-by-30 matrix `index`.

```H = [G;eyes(3)] index = sectorplot(H,Q,w);```

The entry `index(:,k)` contains the three sector indices for `H`, in descending order, at the frequency `w(k)`.