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Transformation of the transfer function variables of the singular \(n\)- dimensional Roesser model. (English) Zbl 0743.94026
Summary: A singular Roesser model is presented for a non-causal \(n\)-dimensional \((n-D)\) system described by an \(n-D\) transfer function with non-monic dominator. Transformations of the transfer function variables (inversion, multivariable bilinear transformation) have been used to transform the given polynomial to monic form. These transformations are also discussed in state-space description terms. Additionally, the matrix \(Q\) which relates the coefficients vector of the transformed polynomial to that of the original one is obtained using \(n\)-way matrix methods.

94C99 Circuits, networks
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