Do we always need to know everything about the states? The Segway example sort of suggests not.

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If you choose to design a controller using state feedback, you need to know/estimate the full states of the system. The Segway/inverted pendulum example shows that you can estimate the full states from the output in certain cases, even if you do not have direct access to the states.