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Then Q(D)y1 (t) ¼ 0 Q(D)y2 (t) ¼ 0 .. Q(D)yn (t) ¼ 0 Multiplying these equations by c1, c2, . . 5). The term eigenvalue is German for characteristic value. Digital Signal Processing Fundamentals 2-6 Consequently, for a characteristic polynomial Q(l) ¼ (l À l1 )r (l À lrþ1 ) . . (l À ln ) the characteristic modes are el1t, tel1t, . . , trÀ1 elt, elrþ1t, . . 3 Particular Solution (the Forced Response): Method of Undetermined Coefﬁcients The particular solution yp(t) is the solution of Q(D)yp (t) ¼ P(D)f (t) (2:11) It is a relatively simple task to determine yp(t) when the input f(t) is such that it yields only a ﬁnite number of independent derivatives.
4. We call yc(t) the complementary solution and yP(t) the particular solution. In system analysis parlance, these components are called the natural response and the forced response, respectively. 1 Complementary Solution (the Natural Response) The complementary solution yc(t) is the solution of Q(D)yc (t) ¼ 0 (2:5a) Á Dn þ anÀ1 DnÀ1 þ Á Á Á þ a1 D þ a0 yc (t) ¼ 0 (2:5b) or À A solution to this equation can be found in a systematic and formal way. However, we will take a short cut by using heuristic reasoning.
N À 1, and RN [n] ¼ 0 for n < 0 and n ! N. 15b is also valid when s[n] and S[k] are periodic sequences, each of period N. In this case n and k are permitted to range over the complete set of real integers, and S[k] is referred to as the discrete Fourier series (DFS). In some cases the DFS is developed as a distinct transform pair in its own right (Jenkins and Desai 1986). Whether or not the DFT and the DFS are considered identical or distinct is not important in this discussion. The important point to be emphasized here is that the DFT treats s[n] as though it were a single period of a periodic sequence, and all signal processing done with the DFT will inherit the consequences of this assumed periodicity.