Linear multivariable control: algebraic analysis and synthesis methods

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J. Wiley, 1991 - Mathematics - 369 pages
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Details the basic theory of polynomial and fractional representation methods for algebraic analysis and synthesis of linear multivariable control systems. It also serves as a self-contained treatise of the mathematical theory so that results and techniques of the ``state space approaches'' for regular and singular systems appear as special cases of a general theory covering the wider class of PMDs of linear systems. Among the topics covered are: real rational vector spaces and rational matrices, pole and zero structure of rational matrices at infinity, proper and omega stable rational fuctions and matrices.

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Polynomial Matrix Models of Linear Multivariable Systems
Pole and Zero Structure of Rational Matrices at Infinity
Dynamics of Polynomial Matrix Models

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