The generalised discrete algebraic Riccati equation arising in LQ optimal control problems: Part I
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A geometric analysis is used to study the relationship existing between the solutions of the generalised Riccati equation arising from the classic infinite-horizon linear quadratic (LQ) control problem and the output-nulling and reachability subspaces of the underlying system. This analysis reveals the presence of a subspace that plays a crucial role in the solution of the related optimal control problem.
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