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How to shift this function's broken points

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I have a function in mathcad which will have multiple broken points.

I need to shift the curve to make them continuous again. For example, the shown graph will need 2nd segment by 1x, the 3rd segment by 2x and so on.

However, I don't know how to do it in Mathcad. If any one can help, that will be great. Because Mathcad is still kind of more visualized than Matlab so that I can do it in a more intuitive way in Mathcad.




Thanks,
Neo
 

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Neo - do you mean this in the same context as, say, phase unwrapping?

If so, one performs a recursive solution:
U[0]=V[0]
for i E 1..N
delta = V - V[i-1]
delta = delta+1 if (delta < -0.5)
delta = delta-1 if (delta >= 0.5)
U = U[i-1]+delta

or something akin to that - brute-force summation of unwrapped differences

Let us know if this is what you had in mind
 

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