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Zˆn )) . (15) For the following considerations we assume that zˆi (t) → zi (t) for t → ∞ and i = r + 1, . . , n. This is a steady-state property for the subsystem deﬁned by the last (n−r) coordinates . We now consider the limit case characterized by (16) zi = zˆi for i = r + 1, . . , n. In the 2n-dimensional state-space of system (1) with observer (14), Eq. (16) deﬁnes a (n − r)-dimensional subspace. The error dynamics (15) restricted to this subspace has the form z˜˙ = A˜ z + α(zr , zˆr+1 , .
Zˆn ; u) z˜i + O( z˜ 2 ) ∂ zˆi ∂ β(ˆ zr+1 , . . , zˆn ) z˜i + O( z˜ 2 ) ∂ z ˆ i i=r+1 of α and β along the estimated trajectory zˆ yields n z˜˙ = (A − lcT ) z˜ + − l+ ∂ zr , . . , zˆn ; u) ∂ zˆi α(ˆ i=r+1 ∂ α(ˆ z ˆn ; u) r, . . , z ∂ zˆr ∂ zr+1 , . . , zˆn ) ∂ zˆi β(ˆ z˜i + O( z˜ 2 ) . The linear part of the error system has a block triangular structure z˜˙ = A0 − l0 cT0 0 ∗ ∗ z˜ + O( z˜ 2 ) . (27) For given bounded trajectories z and u of (1) the error system (26) is decomposed according to Eq.