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From: Blazej Cichy
Subject: Hello
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 08:07:21 -0500
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I'm sorry for my English. I'm beginner.

I have a question:
Can Octave compute LMI problems (LMI means Linear Matrix Inequality)?

I solve this problems in my work at university under software Matlab and Scilab, but I want to solve these problems also in Octave. This is possible?

I use in my work two operating systems Windows 2000 and recently I start use and learn GNU/Linux Debian.

Thank you for any help.

Best regards
Blazej  Cichy

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