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161) A difference between G(z) and the transfer function of a discrete-time state-space system is that G(z) here may be non-proper, that is have higher degree in the numerator than in the denominator. This corresponds to a non-causal system. 79). Similarly to the continuous-time case, the transfer function is only well-defined if (zE − J) is non-singular. In the next section we will define non-singularity of this matrix as regularity for the corresponding system and show that the system is solvable if the system is regular.

This is a graph-theoretical algorithm that originally was developed to find conditions that consistent initial values must satisfy. It has later been used by others to find differentiations to reduce the index of DAE systems to 1 or 0 in DAE solvers. The algorithm only uses structural information about which variables that are included in which equations. , 2000). Structuring of the equations to achieve efficient simulation can be performed by transforming the equations into block lower triangular (BLT) form.

70) dt Since Fˆ2 can be solved locally for x3 , Fˆ2;x3 is non-singular. 71) 3 −1 where Fˆ2;x is the inverse of the matrix Fˆ2;x3 . 71). The theorem above states that every solution of the DAE also solves the reduced system. To show that the solutions of the reduced systems solve the original DAE, additional requirements must be fulfilled as stated by the following theorem. 1 must be satisfied for two successive values of µ with the other constants in the property unchanged. 1 with µ, a, d, v and with 0 µ + 1 (replacing µ), a, d, v.