Joint Services Electronics Program: Basic Research in Electronics (JSEP) at the University of Texas at Austin. Appendix.
Annual rept. no. 34, 1 Apr-31 Dec 86,
TEXAS UNIV AT AUSTIN ELECTRONICS RESEARCH CENTER
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This paper develops a systematic approach to select a time-dependent state transformation which can map a linear time-variant LTV digital filter to an equivalent filter having diagonal state-feedback matrices. Due to the struct-simplicity of the diagonal systems, this time-dependent state transformation is a convenient tool for analyzing recursive LTV filters expressible in the state-variable form. In this paper, we discuss both the theoretical basis and the application of this diagonalization procedure. The properties of two types of recursive LTV filters are examined by using this state transformation technique. Based upon the separable properties of the impulse responses with major class or recursive LTV filters. This technique, through suboptimal can substantially reduce the computation required in the synthesis procedure. Author
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