Realizability theory for continuous linear systems

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Academic Press , New York
System analysis., Linear systems., Operator theory., Functional anal
Statement[by] A. H. Zemanian.
SeriesMathematics in science and engineering,, 97
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LC ClassificationsQA402 .Z45 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 231 p.
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Open LibraryOL5297238M
LC Control Number72077345

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Vol Pages iii-xv, () Download full volume. Appendix D Continuous Linear Mappings Pages Download PDF; select article Appendix E Inductive-Limit Spaces. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "An unabridged, slightly corrected republication of the work first published by Academic Press, New York,as volume 97 in the series 'Mathematics in science and engineering'"--Title page verso.

Get this from a library. Realizability theory for continuous linear systems. [A H Zemanian]. Realizability Theory for Continuous Linear Systems by Zemanian A. () Paperback on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This paper discusses reachability, observability, and realizability of single-input, single-output linear time-invariant systems, in which state variables and/or input (output) functions are restricted to be nonnegative to reflect physical constraints frequently encountered in real by: Book Description.

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The theory is applied to the exact discrete-time model of a mobile robot, showing that the above-mentioned property concerns not only academic examples, but. The complex-valued linear system comes from linear dynamical quantum control theory and is also encountered when a normal linear system is controlled by feedback containing both the state vector.

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Symbol for Fourier transform is used for the response function, () for its Fourier transform. To me this seems to call for two different function names or a hat, or is it customary to specify a function by its independent variable alone.

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Intended to be more mainstream than its predecessor, this revision does maintains the rigorous mathematical approach of the first edition. the tools used in the research literature involving linear systems. This book is my notion of what such a course should be. The core material is the theory of time-varying linear systems, in both continuous- and discrete-time, with frequent specialization to the time-invariant Size: 7MB.

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