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REPRESENTATIONS OF Raul Lofranco Jr.

DISCRETE TIME John Rev Rufino


Jonathan Hamilton
Glenn Cuatz

SIGNALS
DISCRETE
TIME
SIGNALS
OBJECTIVES:
1. To know the basics about Discrete Time Signals.
2. To be able to understand the importance of
studying the subject.
3. To differentiate the types of Discrete
Time Signals Representations.
A Discrete-time signal is a
function of an
independent integer
variable n.
{x[n]} ={. . . ,0.35,1,1.5,0.6, 2,. . .}

The elements of the sequence are called samples.
The index n associated with each sample is an integer.
We are interested in identifying the sample by putting an
arrow under that sample.
The arrow is often omitted if it is clear from the context
which sample is x[0].
WHY STUDY
DISCRETE TIME
SIGNALS
REPRESENTATIONS
?
Well basically, we study the subject for us
to have better visual representations
which are more convenient to study
rather than plain numbers and letters.
Amplitude Time

-0.0002 1

-0.0004 2

-0.1099 D
But then, one is good, the other is also
good but having these you, you will have a
better understanding of the subject of the
study you want.
REPRESENTATIONS:
1.Graphical Representation
2.Functional Representation
3.Tabular Representation
4.Sequence Representation
5.Representations in terms of sample sequence
GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION
GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION

Is a chart where the data is


representedby symbols, such as bars in
a bar chart, lines in a line chart, or slices in
a pie chart
GRAPHICAL REPRESENTATION
EXAMPLES
FUNCTIONAL
REPRESENTATION
Function
Representation(FRepor F-
Rep) is used insolid modeling,
volume modeling and
computer graphics. FRep was
introduced in "Function
representation in geometric
modeling: concepts,
implementation and
applications"as a uniform
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Function_representation
FUNCTIONAL
REPRESENTATION EXAMPLES
FUNCTIONAL
REPRESENTATION EXAMPLES
FUNCTIONAL
REPRESENTATION EXAMPLES
REPRESENTATION OF
DISCRETE-TIME SIGNALS IN
TABULAR REPRESENTATION

n -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
X(n) 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 0 0
Representation of Discrete-Time Signals in
Sequence Representation

Sequence Representation
- An infinite signal with time origin (n=0) marked by ( ) can be represented as a
sequence:
X(n)= {.0,0,1,4,1,1,0,0.)

- If X(n) is zero for n < 0


X(n)= {0,1,4,1,0,0,.}

- A finite duration sequence x(n) can be represented by:


X(n)= {3,-1,-2,5,0,4,-1}