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Decentralised transmission zeros of linear multivariable continuous-time systems

Decentralised transmission zeros of linear multivariable continuous-time systems

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The set Lt, of decentralised transmission zeros is introduced for a practically important class of linear multivariable continuous-time systems, and high-gain decentralised stabilisability is shown to be crucially dependent on the set Lt in addition to the set Mf of fixed modes.

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