On minimal realizations of first-degree 3D systems with separable denominators
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In this paper, we focus on first-degree three-dimensional (3D) causal systems which have separable denominators. Gröbner basis is applied to prove that not all first-degree 3D systems with separable denominators have minimal realizations (of order 3). This is in contrast to 2D systems with separable denominators which always admit absolutely minimal realizations. Two illustrative examples are presented.
KeywordsMultidimensional systems State space realization Minimal realization Gröbner basis
We wish to acknowledge the funding support for this project from Nanyang Technological University under the Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus (URECA) program.
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