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The submodule S is said closed in T (or simply closed) if S = S T . We can easily prove that dim S = dim S and that S is the smallest closed submodule containing S. A key result concerning closed submodules over a PID R is the following. Proposition 2. ([5]) Let R be a PID. , there exists a submodule W ⊆ T such that T = S ⊕ W; iii) any basis of S can be completed to a basis of T . UIO and RG problems 21 A consequence of Proposition 2 and the fact that submodules of a free module over a PID are free (that is, isomorphic to Rq for some q) is that the quotient module T /S, when S is closed in T , is also free.

5 The RG problem Let us consider now the linear, time invariant, delay-diﬀerential, dynamical system Σd be described by the set of equations ⎧ a b x˙ (t) = i=0 Ai x (t − ih) + i=0 Bi u(t − ih)+ ⎪ ⎪ ⎨ l1 ls 1 Lsi ms (t − ih) + i=0 Li m1 (t − ih) + · · · i=0 (11) ⎪ ⎪ ⎩ c y(t) = i=0 Ci x (t − ih), where u is the control input, mj belongs to the so-called failure input space Mj = Rmj , j = 1, . . , s, and Lji , j = 1, . . , r, i = 1, . . , lj are matrices of suitable dimensions with entries in R.

S, and Lji , j = 1, . . , r, i = 1, . . , lj are matrices of suitable dimensions with entries in R. The occurrence of a nonzero input mj ∈ Mj represents a failure that has to be detected and recognized. This motivates the interest in constructing, if possible, a system ΣRGd that, having as input the control input of Σd and its output, generates an output r(t) that is essentially inﬂuenced only by the failure input mj for each speciﬁc j = 1, . . , s. Such a system is called a residual generator and its output is called a residual output (see [15]).