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_ :z:[k] L::=,. , • no longer sturdy: l:z:[n]l:;; M-+ IT(:z:[n])l :;; l:z:[k]l :;; In- noiM. A$. n-+ oo, T-+ oo, so no longer good. • no longer Causal: T(:z:[n]) depends upon tbe destiny values of :z:[n] whilst n < no, so tbis isn't really causal. • Linear: T(o:z: 1 [n] + bz2 [n]) = • L: =•lkJ + b:z:. [kJ t=no = a L• n = z 2[n] . t=no A:=no • L :z:,[n] + b aT(z,[n]) + bT(z2[n]) The method is linear. • no longer Tl: T(z[n- no]) = = "' L• ...... :z:[k-no] •-no .... L z[k] y[n- no] = ·-L... ....... :z:[l:] The procedure isn't TI. • now not Memoryless: Values of y[n] rely on prior values for n (c) T(:z:[n]) L:::~ ... :z:[k] ... > no, so tbis isn't really memoryless. • solid: IT(z[n])l :;; I:::. ~ ... lz[k]l $ L::.!.. ~ :z:[k]M $ l2no +liM for lz[n]l $ M, so it really is strong. • no longer Causal: T(:z:[n]) depends upon destiny values of :z:[n], so it's not causal. four • Linear: n+no L T(az1 [n] + bz2[n]) = azt[k] + bz2[k] t=n-no n+no = a L n+no L :tt[k] +b :t2[k] = aT(z,[n]) + bT(:t 2[n]) this is often linear. • TI: a+no T(z[n- no] = L: z[k- nol . t=n-ne n = = L: :t[k] t=n-no eleven! n- no] this is often TI. • now not memoryless: The values of 11[n] rely on 2no different values of :t, now not memoryless. (d) T(:t[n]) = z[n- no] • strong: IT(z[n])l = [z[n- no]! ~ M if [z[n] ~ M, so sturdy. • Causality: If no ~ zero, this can be causal, differently it's not causal. • Linear: T(az,[n] + bz•[n]) = az,[n- no]+ bx. [n- no] = aT(:t,[n]) + bT(x. [n]) this can be linear. • TI: T(:t[n- nd] = :t[n- no- nd] = 11[n- n•l· this is often TI. • no longer memoryless: except no = zero, this isn't memoryless. (e) T(:t[n]) e•l•l • sturdy: jz[n]l ~ M, ]T(x[n])l = [e•l•lj ~ el•l•ll ~eM, this can be solid. • Causal: It does not use destiny values of z[n], so it causal. • no longer linear: = T(az 1 [n] + b:t 2[n]) = eu•I•J+i>z•l•l = eAZt(n)eb,[n] # aT(:t 1 [n]) + bT(z. [n]) this isn't linear. • TI: T(:t[n -no]) e•l•-nol 11[n - no], so this can be TI. • Memory]ess: 11[n] will depend on the price of :t purely, so it really is memoryless. = = = n•• (f) T(:t[n]) az[n] + b • good: IT(z[n])l = [az(n] + bl ~ t>[MI + [b(, wbicb is sturdy for finite a upload b. • Causal: this does not use destiny values of z[n], so it truly is causal. • now not linear: T(e:t 1 [n] + d:t 2 [n]) this isn't linear. = acz1 [n] + t>d:t•[n] + b # eT(:t 1 [n]) + d7'(:t2(n]) 5 • Tl: T(:z:(n -noll = c:z:(n - no] + b = y(n -no]. it truly is Tl. • Memoryless: y(n] depends upon the n'h price of :z:(n] merely, so it truly is memoryless. (g) T(:z:(n]) = :z:(-n] • sturdy: IT(:z:(n])l :>l:z:(-n]l $ M, so it really is good. • now not causal: For n < zero, it relies on the longer term price of :z:(n], so it isn't causal. • Linear: T(az 1 (n] + b:r 2(n]) = c:z:,[-n] + b:r2:z:[-n] = aT(z 1 (n]) + bT(z2[n]) this is often linear. • no longer Tl: T(z(n - no]) this isn't Tl. • now not memoryless: For n memoryless. (h) T(z(n]) # = z( -n- no] # y(n- no] = z[-n +no] zero, it is dependent upon a price of z except the n'h worth, so it isn't = z[n] + u(n + 1] • sturdy: IT(z(n])l $ M + three for n;::: -1 and IT(:z:(n])l $ M for n < -I, so it really is solid. • Causal: because it does not use destiny values of z(n], it really is causal.