By Peter Lancaster
Algebraic Riccati equations play a vital function in glossy keep an eye on conception and sign processing, crucial subject matters for business scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. This booklet presents an intensive remedy of the speculation at the back of those equations, the suggestions coming up from non-stop and discrete structures, and encompasses a selection of 8 areas of difficulty or purposes during which they play a very important role.
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