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Some Canonical Properties of Nonlinear Systems

  • A. M. Perdon
  • G. Conte
  • C. H. Moog
Part of the Progress in Systems and Control Theory book series (PSCT, volume 3)

Abstract

An algorithmic procedure is used to derive a special state space representation that displays, together with the algebraic structure at infinity, a new interesting set of integers which reflect a structural information on Σ analogous to that contained, in the linear case, in the list I3, of Morse [8].

Keywords

Nonlinear System Meromorphic Function Structure Algorithm Algorithmic Procedure Canonical Property 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. M. Perdon
  • G. Conte
  • C. H. Moog

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