Model reduction of discrete-time systems using the schwarz canonical form

Model reduction of discrete-time systems using the schwarz canonical form

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The Schwarz canonical form description of a linear discrete-time system will be used to derive reduced-order models which are stable if the original system is stable. Further, the steady-state response of the models to a step input is equal to that of the system.


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