The skew-primeness of square, nonsingular polynomial matrices is shown to be directly connected to the decomposition of a vector space relative to an endomorphism. Generalization of this result to the case of rectangular polynomial matrices reveals a clear connection between the conditions for the solvabilility of the problem of output regulation with internal stability, obtained through the geometric (state-space) approach, and the polynomial matrix approach to linear system theory.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Number of pages||5|
|State||Published - Jan 1 1981|
|Event||Unknown conference - Santa Monica, CA, USA|
Duration: Aug 5 1981 → Aug 7 1981
|City||Santa Monica, CA, USA|
|Period||8/5/81 → 8/7/81|