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Pole placement and compensator design of generalized systems. (English) Zbl 0612.93028
It is shown that if the generalized system Eẋ\(=Ax+Bu\), \(y=Cx\) is controllable and observable, then the impulse modes can be eliminated by almost any constant output feedback. After impulse modes are eliminated, the poles of the strongly controllable and observable generalized system can be assigned arbitrarily by state feedback. An efficient procedure for design of a compensator is given.
Reviewer: T.Kaczorek

93B55 Pole and zero placement problems
34A99 General theory for ordinary differential equations
93C05 Linear systems in control theory
93B05 Controllability
93B07 Observability
93B50 Synthesis problems
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