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Rational spectral factorization using state-space methods. (English) Zbl 0772.93002
Summary: We describe a state-space-based algorithm to find the minimum phase spectral factor of any rational spectral density, whether it be proper, improper, or polynomial.

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93A10 General systems
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RICPAC
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