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Kalman Filtering: Theory and Practice using MATLAB
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Introduction
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In this case the oontroﬂability matrix C has full rank, which can be demonstrated by computing the determinant of
its 2 x 2 symmetric product
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3,
comm
det (ccT)
implying that this system model is controllable.
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12 LINEAR DYNAMIC SYSTEMS
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Problem 2.7 Find the total solution and state transition matrix for the system
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Problem 3.27 Let S(t) and n(t) be real stationary uncorrelated RPs, each with mean zero.
Here, H 1 (ﬁnal), H 2 (j21rw), and H3 (j21rw) are transfer functions of timeinvariant linear systems and So (t)
is the output when n(t) is zero and no (t) is th
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