Reduced order models via continued fractions applied to control systems
Gerba, Alex Jr.
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Based on the theory of continued fractions, a technique is developed for the reduction of high order multivariable systems. The mathematical basis for which these techniques work is elucidated, and its superiority of the mixed form over any other form of continued fractions is established. The general solution to linear regulator problem is developed and the properties which this solution exhibit are elucidated.
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