By L. C. Biedenharn

ISBN-10: 0201135078

ISBN-13: 9780201135077

This 1985 textual content develops the speculation of angular momentum from the perspective of a primary symmetry in nature and exhibits how this idea pertains to utilized components of study in sleek quantum physics

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Those vectors z such that P{X)z = 0. A nonzero solution of the relevant equations can be found only if A = 3 or A = 6, which are therefore invariant zeros. 12) that only A = 3 is a transmission zero. D As apparent from their definition, the invariant zeros are not affected by a change of basis in the state space, as stated in the following lemma. L e m m a 2 . 1 0 (Invariant zeros vs. changes of basis) The set of the invariant of a system SI is invariant with respect to a change of basis. -1 0 D 0 / so t h a t P{s) and P{s) have the same Smith form.

L, it can be concluded that 5(7) > 0. c) => b) Condition c) implies that the subspace generated by the (generalized) eigenvectors of ^(7) associated with the eigenvalues with negative real part has the same dimension n as the system. Hence ^(7) has n eigenvalues with negative real part and, obviously, has no eigenvalues on the imaginary axis. b) => c) Since condition b) has already been proved to be equivalent to condition d)^ it follows that the stabilizing solution 5(7) is such that Im[[/ 5'(7)]'], which is obviously complementary to lm[[0 /]'], is actually the subspace generated by n (generalized) linear independent eigenvectors of ^(7) associated with the n eigenvalues with negative real part.

Ll^ traice[G^{ju;)G{JLo)]duj 52 CHAPTER 2. PRELIMINARIES Hence, t h e norm of F{s) G RH2 can be computed by solving a Lyapunov equation associated with G{s) = F'"{s) G RH2. iJ2'. T h e following result is then provided, whose proof is obvious and then omitted. T h e o r e m 2 . 1 1 Let F{s) Then, i) = Fa{s) + Fs{s) with Fa{s) e RH^ and Fs{s) e RH2.

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