Transmission matrix of a class of discrete-time systems

Transmission matrix of a class of discrete-time systems

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Some new properties of the transmission matrix of the class of scalar, linear, discrete-time-varying systems, of order m, which are totally m-controllable and totally m-observable, are found. The results can be applied to the design, in the time domain, of discrete-time-varying or time-invariant systems.


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