controllable/observable canonical form
I have some work to do for university, which I have been able to do, but would like a greater understanding of the work i have done. basically I was given a matrix and asked to find its controllable canonical form, which i did. I was then asked to find the observable canonical form, which i also did. However i started from scratch with the OCF rather than finding the transpose of the CCF, which I know is a much simpler way.
I have been asked to explain why it is possible to find the OCF from the CCF's transposed matrix and not have to find it the long way. Could someone please explain why this is possible?
If anyone could offer some help on this it would be greatly appreciated