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# ric_desc

Riccati equation (obsolete)

### Syntax

```X=ric_desc(H [,E))
[X1,X2,zero]=ric_desc(H [,E])```

### Arguments

H,E

real square matrices

X1,X2

real square matrices

zero

real number

### Description

 This function is obsolete and will be removed from Scilab 6.1.x. Please use `riccati(H)` or `riccati(H,E)` instead.

Riccati solver with hamiltonian matrices as inputs.

In the continuous time case, the syntax is `ric_descr(H)` (one input):

Riccati equation is:

`(Ec)   A'*X + X*A + X*R*X -Q = 0.`

Defining the hamiltonian matrix `H` by:

```H = [A  R;
Q -A']```

with the syntax `[X1,X2,zero]=ric_descr(H)`, the solution `X` is given by `X=X1/X2`.

`zero` = L1 norm of rhs of (`Ec`)

The solution `X` is also given by `X=riccati(A,Q,R,'c'))`

In the discrete-time case, the syntax is `ric_descr(H,E)` (two inputs):

The Riccati equation is:

`(Ed)  A'*X*A-(A'*X*B*(R+B'*X*B)^-1)*(B'*X*A)+C-X = 0.`

Defining `G=B/R*B'` and the hamiltonian pencil `(E,H)` by:

```E=[eye(n,n),G;               H=[A, 0*ones(n,n);
0*ones(n,n),A']             -C, eye(n,n)];```

with the syntax `[X1,X2,err]=ric_descr(H,E)`, the solution `X` is given by `X=X1/X2`.

`zero`= L1 norm of rhs of (`Ed`)

The solution `X` is also given by `X=riccati(A,G,C,'d')` with `G=B/R*B'`

### Examples

```h=[0.5,4;
0,-0.5]
x=ric_desc(h)```

 Version Description 6.1.0 `ric_desc()` is declared obsolete. `riccati()` replaces it.