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# Semi-Symbolic CAD Discrete System Analysis

Tassignon, H., Smékal, Z.

Original Title

Semi-Symbolic CAD Discrete System Analysis

English Title

Semi-Symbolic CAD Discrete System Analysis

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

In the analysis and synthesis of the structures of linear time-invariant discrete systems, in their implementation in microprocessors and digital signal processors, and in many of their applications it is desirable to calculate the transfer function on the basis of a set of state-space difference equations that represent the given structure. The digital filter, which is the practical realization of a discrete system, can be represented in the time domain using linear difference equations with constant coefficients. This is the fundamental approach but it is impractical for complicated structures since it is difficult to obtain the frequency response and other properties of a given structure. Of greater advantage is the matrix notation of equations, which are expressed in the z domain. Solving the set of matrix equations is an effective method for obtaining the transfer function from an arbitrary input node to an arbitrary output node.

English abstract

In the analysis and synthesis of the structures of linear time-invariant discrete systems, in their implementation in microprocessors and digital signal processors, and in many of their applications it is desirable to calculate the transfer function on the basis of a set of state-space difference equations that represent the given structure. The digital filter, which is the practical realization of a discrete system, can be represented in the time domain using linear difference equations with constant coefficients. This is the fundamental approach but it is impractical for complicated structures since it is difficult to obtain the frequency response and other properties of a given structure. Of greater advantage is the matrix notation of equations, which are expressed in the z domain. Solving the set of matrix equations is an effective method for obtaining the transfer function from an arbitrary input node to an arbitrary output node.

Keywords

Computer Aided Design, Digital Filters, Matlab Environment

RIV year

2005

Released

01.06.2005

Publisher

TUD Press, Verlag der Wissenschaften GmBH

Location

Dresden

ISBN

3-938863-17-X

Book

Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Electonic Speech Signal Processing

Edition

první

Edition number

první

Pages from

466

Pages to

471

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex

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title="Semi-Symbolic CAD Discrete System Analysis",
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