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- Limiting zeros of decouplable MIMO systems
Weller, Steven R.
- For sufficiently rapid zero-order hold (ZOH) sampling, it is known that the zeros of single-input/single-output discrete-time systems expressed in the forward shift operator converge to values determined only by the degrees of the finite and infinite zeros of the underlying continuous-time system. In this paper, it is shown how this result can be generalized to multi-input/multi-output (MIMO) systems decouplable by static-state feedback (equivalently, having a diagonal interactor matrix). In the fast sampling limit, the authors show how invariant and infinite zero structure is mapped under ZOH sampling for discrete-time systems expressed in either the delta (forward difference) or forward shift operators.
- IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control Vol. 44, Issue 1, p. 129-134
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