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## Re: A question on Matlab compatibility

**From**: |
John W. Eaton |

**Subject**: |
Re: A question on Matlab compatibility |

**Date**: |
Sun, 17 Sep 2006 10:56:31 -0400 |

On 17-Sep-2006, Paul Kienzle wrote:
| In either
| case it will be a little bit of work to figure out what matlab
| is doing with the gain.
I know that Paul understands this, but in case it isn't obvious to
others, copyrights and licenses prevent you from deriving your version
from the Matlab code (assuming that the Matlab code is accessible to
you). So it is best to not even think about looking. You will have
to do the work yourself.
jwe

**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *(continued)*
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Joe Koski*, `2006/09/16`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Ron Crummett*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *David Bateman*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *John W. Eaton*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Ron Crummett*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *David Bateman*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Peter Jensen*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *David Bateman*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Paul Kienzle*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**, *Paul Kienzle*, `2006/09/17`
**Re: A question on Matlab compatibility**,
*John W. Eaton* **<=**