The State Space Method Generalizations and Applications [electronic resource] / edited by Daniel Alpay, Israel Gohberg.
Contributor(s): Alpay, Daniel [editor.] | Gohberg, Israel [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextSeries: Operator Theory: Advances and Applications: 161Publisher: Basel : Birkhäuser Basel, 2006Description: IX, 274 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783764374310Subject(s): Mathematics | Matrix theory | Algebra | Mathematical analysis | Analysis (Mathematics) | Operator theory | Special functions | System theory | Physics | Mathematics | Analysis | Systems Theory, Control | Linear and Multilinear Algebras, Matrix Theory | Operator Theory | Mathematical Methods in Physics | Special FunctionsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 515 LOC classification: QA299.6-433Online resources: Click here to access online
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Discrete Analogs of Canonical Systems with Pseudo-exponential Potential. Definitions and Formulas for the Spectral Matrix Functions -- Matrix-J-unitary Non-commutative Rational Formal Power Series -- State/Signal Linear Time-Invariant Systems Theory, Part I: Discrete Time Systems -- Conservative Structured Noncommutative Multidimensional Linear Systems -- The Bezout Integral Operator: Main Property and Underlying Abstract Scheme.
The state space method developed in the last decades allows us to study the theory of linear systems by using tools from the theory of linear operators; conversely, it had a strong influence on operator theory introducing new questions and topics. The present volume contains a collection of essays representing some of the recent advances in the state space method. Methods covered include noncommutative systems theory, new aspects of the theory of discrete systems, discrete analogs of canonical systems, and new applications to the theory of Bezoutiants and convolution equations. The articles in the volume will be of interest to pure and applied mathematicians, electrical engineers and theoretical physicists.