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|Title:||Algebraic tools for the study of quaternionic behavioral systems|
|Abstract:||In this paper we study behavioral systems whose trajectories are given as solutions of quaternionic difference equations. As happens in the commutative case, it turns out that quaternionic polynomial matrices play an important role in this context. Therefore we pay special attention to such matrices and derive new results concerning their Smith form. Based on these results, we obtain a characterization of system theoretic properties such as controllability and stability of a quaternionic behavior.|
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