4 edition of Mathematical System Theory found in the catalog.
Mathematical System Theory
Athanasios Constantinos Antoulas
January 1991 by Springer .
Written in English
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The exercises are not printed in the book and are instead incorporated on the accompanying CD-Rom. The exercises are of two types, i.e., theory exercises to train mathematical skills in system theory and practical exercises applying system and control methods to data sets that are also included on the CD-Rom.
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