Structure and Realization of Decomposable Biaffine Systems
Decomposition is one of the fundamental principles of the systems approach to the study of complex objects. Decomposition is performed in order to replace the task of solving a complex problem of system analysis or design by the successive solution of simpler problems. It is also of practical importance to know whether or not it is possible to have a set of inputs controls a set of outputs independently in complex systems.
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