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Unformatted text preview: System Properties Dr. Deepa Kundur Texas A&M University Dr. Deepa Kundur (Texas A&M University) System Properties 1 / 24 System Properties Classification of Discrete-Time Systems Why is this so important? I mathematical techniques developed to analyze systems are often contingent upon the general characteristics of the systems being considered I for a system to possess a given property, the property must hold for every possible input to the system I to disprove a property, need a single counterexample I to prove a property, need to prove for the general case Dr. Deepa Kundur (Texas A&M University) System Properties 2 / 24 System Properties Terminology: Implication If A then B Shorthand: A = B Example 1 : it is snowing = it is at or below freezing temperature Example 2 : 5 . 2 = is positive Note : For both examples above, B 6 = A Dr. Deepa Kundur (Texas A&M University) System Properties 3 / 24 System Properties Terminology: Equivalence If A then B Shorthand: A = B and If B then A Shorthand: B = A can be rewritten as A if and only if B Shorthand: A B We can also say: I A is EQUIVALENT to B I A = B = Dr. Deepa Kundur (Texas A&M University) System Properties 4 / 24 System Properties Terminology: Systems I A cts-time system processes a cts-time input signal to produce a cts-time output signal. y ( t ) = H { x ( t ) } I A dst-time system processes a dst-time input signal to produce a dst-time output signal. y [ n ] = H { x [ n ] } Note : iff = if and only if Dr. Deepa Kundur (Texas A&M University) System Properties 5 / 24 System Properties Stability I Bounded Input-Bounded output (BIBO) stable system : every bounded input produces a bounded output I a cts-time system is BIBO stable iff | x ( t ) | M x < = | y ( t ) | M y < for all t ....
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