A new algorithm for a CFE-approximated solution of a discrete-time noninteger-order state equation

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Abstract

In the paper, a new method for solution of linear discrete-time fractional-order state equation is presented. The proposed method is simpler than other methods using directly discrete-time version of the Grünwald-Letnikov operator. The method is dedicated to use with any approximator to the operator expressed by a discrete transfer function, e.g. CFE-based Al-Alaoui approximation. A simulation example confirms the usefulness of the method.

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