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The publication comprises survey papers in Algebraic Geometry.

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N '1, m ( s )     ... , D ' p ( s )] .  N ' p,1 ( s ) ... , a' p ], a' j = [a ' j ,0 ... , S ' p ], S ' j = [1 s ... s j ]. 144) Note that if h −1 N 'i , j ( s ) = bi, ij s hi −1 + ... 145) where 0  b0 b12 11  1 1 b12  b11     h h − −1 1 1 1 b12 B =  b11  0 0 b22  b21     h −1 h p −1 p b p,1 b p,2  ... ... ... ... b10, m   b11, m     h −1 b1,1m  . , A' p ], A' j = 0   0  a ' j ,0  0 ... 0 a' j ,1  1 ... , p,       0 ... 1 a ' j , h j −1   0 ... , c p ], c j = [0 ...

B10, m   b11, m     h −1 b1,1m  . , A' p ], A' j = 0   0  a ' j ,0  0 ... 0 a' j ,1  1 ... , p,       0 ... 1 a ' j , h j −1   0 ... , c p ], c j = [0 ... 141). 147) it is easy to check that 34 1 Realization Problem of 1D Standard Linear Systems h −1 D ' j ( s )c j = [1 s ... s j ][ I n s − A' j ] and D ' ( s)C = S '[ I n s − A] . 148) by D'-1(s) and postmultiplying it by [In – A]-1B we obtain C[ I n s − A]−1 B = D'−1 ( s ) S ' B = D '−1 ( s ) N ' ( s ) = Tsp ( s ) .

A n −1 0 0  0  . 29) we obtain  1 a  n −1 an − 2     a2   a1 0 0 ... 0 1 a n −1 0 1 ... 0 0  a3  a4  ...  1 a2 a3 ... a n −1 0  bn −1  0  b   n−2  0 B =    . 62). If we choose the state variables x'1, x'2,…, x'n so that x'i = xn-i+1, i = 1,…,n then we obtain the equations x '1 (t ) = −a0 x'n (t ) − a1 x'n −1 (t ) − ... 63) y (t ) = x'n (t ) and the matrices  − an −1 − an − 2 ... − a1 − a0   b'n   1  0 ... 0 0 b'    n −1  , C = [0 ... 0 1] A= 0 1 ...

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