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14), define the field K of meromorphic functions in a finite number of variables y, u, and their time derivatives. Let E be the formal vector space E = spanK {dϕ | ϕ ∈ K}. Define the following subspace of E ˙ . . , dy (k−1) , du, . . , du(s) } H1 = spanK {dy, dy, Obviously, any one-form in H1 has to be differentiated at least once to depend explicitly on du(s+1) . Let H2 denote the subspace of E which consists of all one-forms that have to be differentiated at least twice to depend explicitly on du(s+1) .

Thus, φ = y˙ − u = 0 is an irreducible input-output system of y¨ = u˙ + (y˙ − u)2 . It is not true that any input-output system has an irreducible input-output system. 9. 19) is not irreducible. Let φ = y/u ˙ = 0, which is not an irreducible input-output system in the sense of the above Definition. 19) does not admit any irreducible input-output system. In the special case of linear time-invariant systems, the reduction procedure corresponds to a pole/zero cancellation in the transfer function. For nonlinear systems, the above procedure also generalizes the so-called primitive step in [28].

H1 = spanK {dx, du, . . , du(s) } .. 23), the spaces Hi are integrable as expected. 17. Let y¨ = u˙ 2 , and compute ˙ du, du} ˙ H1 = spanK {dy, dy, H2 = spanK {dy, dy, ˙ du} H3 = spanK {dy, dy˙ − 2udu)} ˙ Since H3 is not integrable, there does not exist any state-space system generating y¨ = u˙ 2 . This can be checked directly, or using some results in [33]. 18. Let y¨ = u2 . 16 are fulfilled and the state variables x1 = y and x2 = y˙ yield x˙ 1 = x2 x˙ 2 = u2 y = x1 whose state elimination yields y¨ = u2 .

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