1](z) are relatively right prime polynomial matrices over R[z] of respective dimensions mxm and nxm such that

Relatively right prime polynomials matrices D(z) and N(z) of dimensions mxm and pxm respectively with D(z) to be column reduced and column degree ordered such that

For any rational function R, expressed as a quotient of relatively

prime polynomials, the degree of R is the larger of the degrees of its numerator and denominator.

s) a r(s) are relative

prime polynomials which are expressed in terms of complex variable.

We may put g'(t) = r(t)/q(t), where r(t) and q(t) are relative

prime polynomials.

x] be non-constant relatively

prime polynomials satisfying a + b = c.