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A two-level control scheme is utilized t o satisfy eigenvalue assignments for discrete-time, delayed interconnected systems. A preliminary feedback is applied to minimize the interconnections' effect. It is then shown that the perturbations of the interconnections during operation is equivalent to the creation of a higher hierarchical level that accounts for such disruptions. Conditions are derived for connective assignability, that is, for preserving the same eigenvalues and eigenvectorsdoi:10.1109/mcs.1984.1104808 fatcat:5fpamcic3zcxxjnn7f2gx7kym4