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The echo path depends on the particular subscriber line characteristics as well as on the 4-wire line connection between the substations. Hence as a different subscriber calls in, or a different route is assigned to the call, the echo path changes, necessitating on-line variation of the echo path estimate: adaptive echo cancellation. The alternative is to work with a fixed robust echo path estimate, but then the performance for a particular subscriber may be unacceptable. An echo path is normally modelled in discrete time (digital telephony) and as a finite impulse response filter, FIR, meaning that the output is a finite linear combination of past inputs.
X(k+ 1) y(k) Ax(k) cx(k). 37). 32). 38) Obviously the row rank of M(~, ~-I) is n, so to bring it into full row rank format, we have to create one zero row. The problem now is to find the unimodular matrix U(~, ~-l) that does this. 39) will yield a zero row. 39) is the first row. 4. 39) will have 42 Chapter 2. Systems And Their Representations no common factors. 39) is the first row. The information that the unimodular matrix U(~, ~-l) exists suffices; we do not have to actually determine this matrix to find the equation for the manifest behavior.
26). e2. 26). e2(k)) = O. 26). (i). e is observable from w ifand only if M(A) hasfull column rankforall A E C, A =1= O. (ii). e is detectable from w if and only if M(A) hasfull column rankforall A E C with IAI 2: 1. 2. 13). Suppose that the matrix [AT cTf has full column rank. 27) has full column rank. 27) will not have full row rank if the associated matrix M (A, A-I) drops rank for A = 0 while the system may still be observable, and in fact will be observable if the rank does not drop for other values of A.