The Disturbance Decoupling Problem for Systems Over a Principal Ideal Domain
The use of geometric methods in the study of disturbance decoupling problems for systems over a ring provides in general only necessary conditions for the existence of solutions. In this paper the authors develop a geometric procedure which allows to test the existence of solutions to problems of the above kind and to construct one of them, if any, for injective systems with coefficients in a principal ideal domain.
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