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State for 2-D systems. (English) Zbl 0679.93002
Summary: A new definition of state for N-D systems is given in a noncausal context. This definition is based on a deterministic Markovian-like property. It is shown that, for the particular case of (AR) 2-D systems, it yields systems that can be described by a special kind of first-order equations. The solutions of these equations can be simulated by means of a local line-by-line computational scheme.

93A10 General systems
93B25 Algebraic methods
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