How to make the linear function
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first of all, on the simulation condition
the value of f are decrease from 1 to 0, but once the value f<0.05 then become 1e4 times
but this condition make the trasition value changed was high ( the ranges is 1-10K ) how to makes the condition (f<0.05) as linear function, so the trasition will smoothly decrease.
Walter Roberson on 11 Nov 2022
In order for it to be a linear function as you asked for, then you should take a list of all of the (x, y) coordinates that you want to preserve, and you should use polyfit() or equivalent to fit a polynomial to the points. It will probably end up having to be a high degree polynomial in order to fit the constant stretches on both ends. Once you fit a polynomial to your satisfaction, use polyval() to create new points.
If you have the Curve Fitting Toolbox, you may want to use cftool() to help with the fitting.
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Sam Chak on 11 Nov 2022
Aha, I see... If you want to get rid of spikes and want a smooth transition, but not strictly linear, then you can consider adding a low-pass filter (signal terminology), or a 1st-order dynamics (just need to design the time constant to ensure that the transition is fast enough).