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If /E sA(U) does not admit any analytic continuation beyond U, then U is said to

be the

some/E sl(U). On the contrary, in Cm, m ^ 2, some

If /E sA(U) does not admit any analytic continuation beyond U, then U is said to

be the

**domain**of existence off. Any**domain**U in C is the**domain**of existence ofsome/E sl(U). On the contrary, in Cm, m ^ 2, some

**domains**U are**domains**of ...Page 104

For m = 3, besides the biana- lytic images of D\ fi3, and D x B2, appears the

Siegel

C3 such that the symmetric matrix Z = (% %) satisfies ZZ < I. Since Z may also be

a ...

For m = 3, besides the biana- lytic images of D\ fi3, and D x B2, appears the

Siegel

**domain**, again a bounded circular**domain**, namely the set of (z, , zi, Zi) £C3 such that the symmetric matrix Z = (% %) satisfies ZZ < I. Since Z may also be

a ...

Page 162

The matched z-transform is normally used to model narrowband frequency-

selective filters and is given by n{l 1(5 - a,) H(s) = H(z) = fW - b,Y n{l,[l - exiKc-Dz-']

nji,[l - expfoDz"'] However, in most frequency

bilinear ...

The matched z-transform is normally used to model narrowband frequency-

selective filters and is given by n{l 1(5 - a,) H(s) = H(z) = fW - b,Y n{l,[l - exiKc-Dz-']

nji,[l - expfoDz"'] However, in most frequency

**domain**design applications thebilinear ...

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