### Abstract

The transformation of zero coprime system equivalence (z.c.s.e.) with its various characterizations is shown to have at least one important role for two dimensional linear systems theory. This paper shows that it is z.c.s.e. which forms the basis of the generalization of Rosenbrock's characterization of all least order polynomial realizations of a transfer function matrix for the case of 2-D systems. The definition of what consistutes the least order is shown to be crucial.

Original language | English |
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Pages (from-to) | 491-503 |

Number of pages | 13 |

Journal | International Journal of Control |

Volume | 71 |

Issue number | 3 |

Publication status | Published - 1998 |

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*International Journal of Control*,

*71*(3), 491-503.

**A transformation for 2-D linear systems and a generalization of a theorem of Rosenbrock.** / Pugh, A. C.; Mcinerney, S. J.; Boudellioua, M. S.; Johnson, D. S.; Hayton, G. E.

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*International Journal of Control*, vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 491-503.

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T1 - A transformation for 2-D linear systems and a generalization of a theorem of Rosenbrock

AU - Pugh, A. C.

AU - Mcinerney, S. J.

AU - Boudellioua, M. S.

AU - Johnson, D. S.

AU - Hayton, G. E.

PY - 1998

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N2 - The transformation of zero coprime system equivalence (z.c.s.e.) with its various characterizations is shown to have at least one important role for two dimensional linear systems theory. This paper shows that it is z.c.s.e. which forms the basis of the generalization of Rosenbrock's characterization of all least order polynomial realizations of a transfer function matrix for the case of 2-D systems. The definition of what consistutes the least order is shown to be crucial.

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JF - International Journal of Control

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