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By a corresponding transfer function in the complex domain, here the system is represented in time domain by a model in a state space. The quoted model encompasses a dynamic state equation (which in the case of continual signals represents a vectorial linear differential equation of the first order, while in the case of discrete signals this equation becomes a vectorial linear difference equation of the first order) and an algebraic equation of the system output. e. e. È É Efxð0Þg ¼ 0; E xðkÞxT ð jÞ ¼ QðkÞdk;j ð1:60Þ for each k; j ¼ 1; 2; .
5) F, G and H given matrices of corresponding dimensions, which in a general case may also depend on the time index k. Q ðkÞ ¼ Q and R ðkÞ ¼ R, the considered model is time-invariant or stationary. 6) Further we assume that the vectorial stochastic variables x ð0Þ, x ðkÞ and v ðkÞ are mutually non-correlated, so that È É È É È É E xðkÞvT ð jÞ ¼ 0; E xðkÞ½xð0Þ À m0 T ¼ 0; E vðkÞ½xð0Þ À m0 T ¼ 0 ð1:62Þ for each k; j ¼ 1; 2; . .. Let us note that the dynamic Eq. e. the physical mechanism generating the components of the state vector as the physical variables of interest, while the algebraic Eq.
E. 1) the polynomials are M À Á X B zÀ1 ¼ bi zÀi ; i¼0 N X À Á A zÀ1 ¼ 1 À aj zÀj ; N ! M; ð2:6Þ j¼1 while N represents the filter order. 5) z is a complex variable, and the roots of the equation BðzÀ1 Þ ¼ 0 determine the zeroes of the filter, while the roots of the equation AðzÀ1 Þ ¼ 0 define the poles of the filter (zeroes and poles of the filter are also denoted in literature as critical frequencies, and their position in the zplane is denoted as the critical frequency spectrum. The dynamical response of the filter to the input signal is dominantly dependent on the position of the poles in the zplane and the necessary and sufficient condition of the filter stability is that the poles are located within the unit circle, jzj ¼ 1.