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Unformatted text preview: Could the system whose input is x 1 [ n ] and output is x 3 [ n ] be linear and timeinvariant? c. Could the system whose input is x 2 [ n ] and output is x 1 [ n ] be linear and timeinvariant? d. Could the system whose input is x 2 [ n ] and output is x 3 [ n ] be linear and timeinvariant? e. Could the system whose input is x 3 [ n ] and output is x 1 [ n ] be linear and timeinvariant? f. Could the system whose input is x 3 [ n ] and output is x 2 [ n ] be linear and timeinvariant? 6.003 Homework 11 / Fall 2009 3 Engineering Design Problem 6. Image reconstruction The rows and/or columns of the following images have been blurred. Figure out a way to sharpen each image, and identify the building. Here are thumbnails of the images: a1 a2 b1 b2 c1 c2 The images are available in machinereadable form (buildings.zip) on our website....
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 Spring '11
 DennisM.Freeman
 Fourier Series, LTI system theory, A., B., c.

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