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Outline - Topic 1: Representation of Signals Fall 2006 Topic 1. Representation of Signals Representation of Continuous-time x ( t ) and Discrete-time x [ n ] Signals. Read Section 1.1.1 (Skip Section 1.1.2) Representation of Piecewise Signals (Note in text) Transformations of the Independent Variable Read 1.2.1, Videos 1.1, 1.2 Periodic Signals Read 1.2.2 Even and Odd Signals (Symmetry) Read 1.2.3, Video 1.5 Skip Section 1.3. Exponential and Sinusoidal Signals. (We will come back to this later in the course.) Representation of Piecewise Signals in terms of Step Functions u ( t ) and Impulse Functions
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Unformatted text preview: ( t ) Discrete-time Unit Impulse [ n ] and Unit Step u [ n ] Sequences Read 1.4.1, Video 1.3 Continuous-time Unit Impulse ( t ) and Unit Step u ( t ) Functions Read 1.4.2, Video 1.3 Represent Piecewise Signals in terms of Step Functions (Continuous- and Discrete-time) Video 1.4 Derivatives and Integrals of Continuous-time Piecewise Signals Finite Differences and Running Sums of Discrete-time Piecewise Signals Sketch Resulting Piecewise Signals Read Example 1.7, Video 1.4 x ( t ) t 1 2 < < < = 2 , 2 1 , 1 1 , ) ( t t t t x x ( t ) t 1 2...
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