EEL5173 Fall 2009 Lecture _1

EEL5173 Fall 2009 Lecture _1 - EEL5173 Signal and System...

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EEL5173 Signal and System Analysis Instructor Dr. Leonard J. Tung tung@eng.fsu.edu Phone: 410-6469 Office: Rm. A358, CEB
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I. Introduction Linear Time-invariant Systems Continuous-time and Discrete-time 1. Systems input u output y
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i. Continuous-time (CT) Systems u ’and‘ y ’, time functions denoted as u ( t ) and y ( t ) with t being a real number. ( ) ( ) { } t u t y G = ii. Discrete-time (DT) Systems u ’and‘ y ’, time sequences denoted as u ( k ) and y ( k ) with k being an integer. ( ) ( ) { } k u k y =
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iii. State and State-variables State: refers to the past, present, and future condition of the system. State-variables: a minimal set of variables needed to quantify the state of the system, knowledge of these variables at an initial time and the input subsequently applied are sufficient to determine the state of the system at any later time.
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Ex. An RLC circuit. For an
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EEL5173 Fall 2009 Lecture _1 - EEL5173 Signal and System...

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