Lecture 25: Review Of Last Lecture: LTI Systems And Convolution
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So if W of X is equal to LV of X, then you actually get W of X is [inaudible] for minus infinity of H of XY, Z of Y, DY. All right. So once again, the output of the system is obtained by taking input of the system and integrating that against the impulse response. It’s a very satisfactory result. ...
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