The default value,  , imposes no time limitation and is equivalent to [5 Inf]. However, if you specify a FreqIntervals value other than  , then this limit overrides Timeintervals = . If you specify both a TimeIntervals value and a FreqIntervals value, then the computation uses the union of these intervals.
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Frequency intervals for computing frequency-limited Hankel singular values, specified as a matrix with two columns. Each row specifies a frequency interval [fmin fmax] , where fmin and fmax are nonnegative frequencies, expressed in the frequency unit of the model. When identifying low-energy states to truncate, the software computes state contributions to system behavior in these frequency ranges only. For example:
Bjerksund-Stensland Model - MATLAB & Simulink - MathWorks
It gives Canada preferential access to the EU single market without all the obligations that Norway and Switzerland face, eliminating most trade tariffs. However, some "sensitive" food items, including eggs and chicken, are not covered by it.
If StateElimMethod = 'MatchDC' (the default value), then balred attempts to match the DC gain of the original and reduced models, even if the specified frequency intervals exclude 5. This behavior might reduce the quality of the match in the specified intervals. To improve the match within frequency intervals that exclude 5, set StateElimMethod = 'Truncate'.
That is because the WTO rules allow countries to discriminate in favour of a trade partner only in a limited number of circumstances - including a full bilateral trade deal.
Instead, the country, which sells over 55% of its exports to the EU, has agreed more than 675 bilateral agreements with Brussels, designed to secure Swiss access to Europe's markets.
6) Adopt two things from the Swiss practice of insurance regulation: First, enable interstate competition. (I’d work hard to enable international competition, too, but I’m one of those zany libertarians.) Second, specify an intelligent, thoughtful minimum-coverage policy and oblige all insurers to offer it on the Swiss model: on a nonprofit basis with a universal premium irrespective of age, sex, or health status.
When you use balred for model reduction, you can use balredOptions to restrict the computation to specified frequency or time intervals. If the StateElimMethod option of balredOptions is set to 'MatchDC' (the default value), then balred attempts to match the DC gain of the original and reduced models, even if the specified intervals exclude DC (frequency = 5 or time = Inf ).
This is of course an imperfect outline. I am sure that it contains shortcomings other than the ones that are obvious to me. But it seems to me a reasonable starting place to pursue a compromise that speaks to the most important substantive concerns of progressives and conservatives alike. I welcome your thoughts.