Plot pole-zero map for I/O pairs and return plot handle
h = iopzplot(sys)
h = iopzplot(sys) computes and plots the
poles and zeros of each input/output pair of the LTI model SYS. The
poles are plotted as x's and the zeros are plotted as o's. It also
returns the plot handle h. You can use this handle to customize the
plot with the
for a list of available plot options.
iopzplot(sys1,sys2,...) shows the poles
and zeros of multiple LTI models SYS1,SYS2,... on a single plot. You
can specify distinctive colors for each model, as in
iopzplot(AX,...) plots into the axes with
iopzplot(..., plotoptions) plots the poles
and zeros with the options specified in
for more detail.
sys of LTI models,
the poles and zeros of each model in the array on the same diagram.
Create a pole/zero map of a two-input, two-output dynamic system.
sys = rss(3,2,2); h = iopzplot(sys);
By default, the plot displays the poles and zeros of each I/O pair on its own axis. Use the plot handle to view all I/Os on a single axis.
View the poles and zeros of a sixth-order state-space model estimated from input-output data. Use the plot handle to display the confidence intervals of the identified model's pole and zero locations.
load iddata1 sys = ssest(z1,6,ssestOptions('focus','simulation')); h = iopzplot(sys); showConfidence(h)
There is at least one pair of complex-conjugate poles whose locations overlap with those of a complex zero, within the 1-σ confidence region. This suggests their redundancy. Hence, a lower (4th) order model might be more robust for the given data.
sys2 = ssest(z1,4,ssestOptions('focus','simulation')); h = iopzplot(sys,sys2); showConfidence(h) legend('6th-order','4th-order') axis([-20, 10 -30 30])
The fourth-order model
sys2 shows less variability in the pole-zero locations.