Minimal stabilization is considered for a scalar system. The minimal stabilization problem is shown to be equivalent to the problem of intersecting the space of stable polynomials with a linear manifold. It is proved that the linear manifold can be described by a linear system of algebraic equations with Hankel structure. The article provides examples of some applications of the minimal stabilizer search algorithm.
Transfer Function General Position Nontrivial Solution Scalar System Linear Manifold
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