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Pole placement using output feedback

Pole placement using output feedback

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This note determines the number of poles that can be placed using output feedback in linear systems where there exists a direct contribution from the input to the output and the system is not necessarily controllable or observable. The results are presented as three lemmas and are illustrated by a numerical example.

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