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R. (N c, D c ) of C ~ (iv) a doubly-coprime-fraction representation ( ( N c , D c r ) , ( D c ,/Vc )) of C m ( G ) satisfies D. 8 (i), C ~ m(G). r. 7, /9~ Op +/V~ Np =: L ~ m ( H ) is H-unimodular. r. 9 holds. 27) implies that det(DcDt,+NcNt,) = 1 = det/)c det(Inl + C P ) d e t D p . 31) and therefore, (D-e D~ + Np N* ) =: R e m ( H ) is H-unimoaular. 9 holds. 29) is satisfied and hence, statement (iv) holds. r. r. r. 7, S ( P , C ) is H-stable. 16). r. of C. 32), DH3 is H-unimodular if and only if Dc Y + Nc ( Nl,, X + G Y ) is H-unimodular.

12), we can choose Vo = In~ , 17o = I n o , Up = Up = O. 16) ( Q ,(Ino - P Q )), m(H). 18) m(H) :~ m(Gs). 17). c. e. 2) is of the form I 5,, ~,, I ,~ = I - ~ 5~ l ,A = . 2) over mfH) if and only if ] for some Qv ~ m

C P )-1 ~ Note that (Ini +CP )-1 e m(G) if and only if m(G) if and only if det(Ini +CP ) = det(lno +PC ) is a unit in G. 4) is equivalent to det( l ni + C ( ** ) P ( ** ) ) = det( I no + P ( ~, ) C ( ,,~ ) ) --k O . 4) is satisfied. 3) and using the following well-known matrix identities: P(Ini+CP) -1 = ( l n o + P C ) - I P , (lni+CP)-lC = C(Ino+PC) i n i _ ( i n i +C P )-lC p = (ini +C P )-I = l n i _ C ( i n o + P C ) - l p . 3. ( H-stability of S ( P , C ) ) Thesystem S ( P , C ) i s s a i d t o b e H-stable iff Hy~ e m(H).

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