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In this direction, the proof is constructive and results in an algorithm for computation of the minimal realization of H in Lmq,n , where n = rank(H (σ H )). A realization algorithm is presented in Sect. 1. 11 shows that rank Hi,j (σ H ) = n(B), for pi ≥ n(B) and mj ≥ n(B). This suggests a method to find the order n(B) of the minimal realization of H : compute the rank of the finite Hankel matrix Hi,j (σ H ), where nmax := min(pi, mj ) is an upper bound of the order.
Better still, the code and the obtained results can be presented in a literate programming style. Literate Programming The creation of the literate programming is a byproduct of the TEX project, see Knuth (1992, 1984). The original system, called web is used for documentation of the TEX program (Knuth 1986) and is for the Pascal language. Later a version cweb for the C language was developed. The web and cweb systems are followed by many other systems for literate programming that target specific languages.
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