Frequency-domain approach to model-reduction problem

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Model reduction is performed in the frequency domain by matching the first Taylor-series-expansion coefficients of the square magnitude of the original and the approximating transfer functions at suitable frequencies. The method is computationally simple and may lead to a satisfactory approximation while preserving stability and minimum-phase characteristics.


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