Unformatted text preview: system S works other than that it is LTI, and that when the input function x ( t ) described in the problem goes into it, the y ( t ) function is the output. 4. Problem 15 in chapter 8. In all three parts of the problem ±rst ±nd a way to represent the input signal x ( n ) in the form of a complex exponential. 5. Problem 16 in chapter 8. 6. Problem 18 in chapter 8. 1...
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 Fall '08
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 Weber, LTI system theory, Complex number, upper right corner

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