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Interpretation of non-minimum phase system with extension to time-varying case

Interpretation of non-minimum phase system with extension to time-varying case

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A time-domain interpretation of the property of non-minimum phase discrete-time systems is given. Our result is based on the singular-value decomposition of the matrix relating the system input and output. This approach provides a clear geometrical interpretation of the property of a non-minimum phase system, which can also be readily applied to the time-varying case.

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      • G.H. Golub , C.F. Van Loan . (1989) Matrix computations.
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