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Step 2. (i) • If Hs+2 ∩ spanK {dy11 , i ≥ 0} = 0, then stop! (r −1) • Let {dy, . . , dy (r−1) ; dy11 , . . , dy1111 } be a basis for (i) X21 := X1 + Hs+2 ∩ spanK {dy11 , i ≥ 0} where r11 = dimX21 − dimX1 . (i) • If Hs+2 ∩ spanK {dy12 , i ≥ 0} = 0, then stop! (r11 −1) (r −1) ; dy12 , . . , dy1212 } be a basis for • Let {dy, . . 8 Aﬃne Realizations 35 (i) X2 := X21 + Hs+2 ∩ spanK {dy12 , i ≥ 0} where r12 = dimX2 − dimX21 . ( ) • If ∀ ≥ r1j , dy1j ∈ X2 , set s1j = −1, for j = 1, 2. ( ) If ∃ ≥ r1j , dy1j ∈ X2 , then deﬁne s1j ≥ 0 as the smallest integer such that, abusing the notation, one has locally (r y1j1j +s1j ) (r = y1j1j +s1j ) (σ ) (σ ) (y (λ) , y1111 , y1212 , u, .

N , j = 1, . . 23. 29) is mentioned in [28, 158]. 14) as well as the diﬀerential equations relating the auxiliary outputs are aﬃne in the highest time derivative of the input. 22). 29) are satisﬁed. State variables are deﬁned in the procedure of the algorithm. 30). 14). Necessity: To prove the necessity condition we need a lemma, which is partly contained in [28, 29, 158]. 24. , u0 ) 2 in some suitable open dense subset of IRk+s+1 , then ∂ 2 y (k) /∂u(s) = 0, dy11 ∈ spanK {dx}, and dy12 ∈ spanK {dx}.

H1 1 ) ∂x If ∂h1 /∂x ≡ 0 we deﬁne s1 = 0. Analogously for 1 < j ≤ p, let us denote by sj the minimum integer such that (s −1) rank ∂(h1 , . . , h1 1 (sj −1) ; . . ; h j , . . , hj ∂x (s −1) = rank ∂(h1 , . . , h1 1 If (s −1) (sj ) ; . . ; h j , . . , hj ∂x (s ) ) j−1 j−1 ∂(h1 , . . , hj−1 ) ∂(h1 , . . , hj−1 = rank ∂x ∂x we deﬁne sj = 0. Write K = s1 + . . + sp . The vector rank −1) , hj ) S = (h1 , . . , h1s1 −1 , . . , hp , . . 1 State Elimination 23 It will be established in Chapter 4 that the case K < n corresponds to nonobservable systems.