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### Difference between causality and memorylessness

A causal system does not need to know the future in order to compute its output. A memoryless system computes the output only from the current input. A memoryless system is always causal (as it doesn'...
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### Protect an IIR filter from being reverse-engineered

Short answer: You can't. If an attacker can insert a signal that covers the whole bandwidth (e.g. a white signal, or at least one that has no spectral zeros) into the system (and he can do that over ...
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### Am i performing Sinesweep correctly?

The theory behind sweep-sine measurements of LTI systems requires a signal with constantly changing the frequency. You cannot simply playback few tones - the whole frequency range is necessary. So ...
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### Check if the system is linear

I believe there's either a mistake in the presentation or the presentation is using a different definition of linear. For example, the system is linear in $x$ from a system perspective, but it's ...
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### Does the error in the impulse response accumulate when applying a step-input?

As written $e[n]$ does not pass through a high pass filter but is presented to the same input as $Bu[n]$. The block diagram and subsequent equation would appear as follows: We see noise growth as we ...

### Conceptual questions from signal processing

Batman has given a great answer. You need to go through the recommended book in order to understand the concepts mentioned. Let me try to simplify it. BIG PICTURE: De-convolution or inverse ...

### Recursive system

No, it can be rewritten as $y[n] = x[n]/2$. Basically, the output is the input divided by 2...

### Difference between causality and memorylessness

A memoryless system's output is determined by the current input value only, hence, every memoryless system must also be causal (a system is causal if its output does not depend on the future input ...
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### Determine whether the system is linear?

In the following, I suggest that, before using the generic $T(\alpha_1 x_1+\alpha_2 x_2)$ versus $\alpha_1 T( x_1)+\alpha_2T( x_2)$, it can be more informative to try with simpler partial tests, or ...

### Check if the system is linear

[Note: it may happen that a teacher makes a oral mistake, that puzzles the audience. So here is an alternative explanation on this system being non-something] This system is, as far as Peter K., Matt ...