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Quiz
II
Review
Signals
and
Systems
6.003
Massachusetts
Institute
of
Technology
April
5,
2010
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2010
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Date:
Wednesday
April
7th,
2010
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Time:
7.30pm–9.30pm
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Content:
(boundaries
inclusive)
•
Lectures
1–15
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Recitations
1–15
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Homeworks
1–8
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Review
Outline
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CT
and
DT
system
representations
•
The
impulse
response
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Convolution
•
Eigenfunctions
•
Frequency
response
•
Complex
numbers
and
vector
methods
•
Bode
plots
•
Feedback
and
Control
•
Fourier
series
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Verbal
descriptions:
The
answer
to
”what
does
this
system
do
to
a
signal
at
its
input?”
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Diﬀerence/diﬀerential
equations:
Mathematically
compact
and
show
the
explicit
mathematical
relationship
between
input/output.
y
[
n
]=
x
[
n
]+
z
0
y
[
n
−
1]
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Block
diagrams:
Illustrate
signal
ﬂow
paths
•
Operator
representations:
Analyze
systems
as
polynomials.
Y
1
=
X
1
−
z
0
R
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Transforms:
Represents
diﬀerential/diﬀerence
equations
with
algebraic
equations
z
H
(
z
)=
z
−
z
0
•
LTI
systems:
representation
by
the
impulse
response
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The
Impulse
Response
Why
does
this
make
sense?
•
Because
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course EE 6.003 taught by Professor Freeman during the Spring '11 term at MIT.
 Spring '11
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