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Author Oberst, Ulrich.
Title Linear time-invariant systems, behaviors and modules / Ulrich Oberst, Martin Scheicher, Ingrid Scheicher.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Author Oberst, Ulrich.
Series Differential-algebraic equations forum, 2199-7497.
Differential-algebraic equations forum.
Subject Linear time invariant systems.
Alt Name Scheicher, Martin.
Scheicher, Ingrid.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS MESSAGE
 OHIOLINK SPRINGER EBOOKS    ONLINE  
View online
Author Oberst, Ulrich.
Series Differential-algebraic equations forum, 2199-7497.
Differential-algebraic equations forum.
Subject Linear time invariant systems.
Alt Name Scheicher, Martin.
Scheicher, Ingrid.
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. A Survey of the Book's Content -- 2. The Language and Fundamental Properties of Behaviors -- 3. Observability, Autonomy and Controllability of Behaviors -- 4. Applications of the Chinese Remainder Theorem -- 5. Input/ Output Behaviors -- 6. Interconnections of Input/ Output Behaviors -- 7. The Transfer Matrix as Operator or Input/ Output Map -- 8. Stability via Quotient Modules -- 9. Compensators -- 10. Observers -- 11. Canonical State Space Realizations -- 12. Generalized Fractional Calculus.
Summary This book comprehensively examines various significant aspects of linear time-invariant systems theory, both for continuous-time and discrete-time. Using a number of new mathematical methods it provides complete and exact proofs of all the systems theoretic and electrical engineering results, as well as important results and algorithms demonstrated with nontrivial computer examples. The book is intended for readers who have completed the first two years of a university mathematics course. All further mathematical results required are proven in the book.
ISBN 9783030439361 (electronic bk.)
3030439364 (electronic bk.)
9783030439354
3030439356
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-43
OCLC # 1162846220
Additional Format Original 3030439356 9783030439354 (OCoLC)1141967313.


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