Angles between matrices and between polynomials in fractional linear systems and electrical circuits

2020;
: pp. 1-10
Authors:
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Białystok University of Technology

The notions of angles between matrices and between polynomials of fractional linear systems and electrical circuits are proposed. In analysis of  angles between state matrices of fractional linear systems the Hadamard product of two matrices  is applied. The angles between matrices and their functions are also addressed. The angles between symmetrical and asymmetrical part of matrices are investigated. The angles between polynomials of transfer matrices of fractional linear systems are analyzed and some new properties are established.

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