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how will i convert a discrete signal from functional representation to a tabular form?
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how will i convert a discrete signal from functional representation to a tabular form?
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do you have a specific function?
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That is just a description on how to come up with pairs of numbers n and x(n) The table would list all possible n's and the corresponding x value for that n
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i have another question a finite duration sequence can be represented as x(n)={3,1,2,5,0,4,1}
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there is an arrow below 2
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what is the meanining of it
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did you get the answer to your first question?
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the topic is from a book called digital signal processing
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i have another question a finite duration sequence can be represented as x(n)={3,1,2,5,0,4,1} there is an arrow below 2 there is no 2. Do you mean the 2? I would need more context, because that is not standard notation. It sounds like they are identifying the position of 2 for some purpose ?
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