First Bonus point opportunity

ECE301, Spring 2013, Prof. Krogmeier

Come up with GOOD examples on the following topics:

1. Impulse response examples for each of the following systems : linear and non-linear, causal and non-causal, with and without memory, invertible/non-invertible, stable/non-stable, time variant and time invariant.

2. Example of graphical convolution.

3. Example question related to fundamental period.

Examples should be different from examples in the book or lecture notes. Then post your examples/questions and solutions on a Rhea page, and post a link to your page below. If you do so before 5:00pm on Monday February 11th, you will receive up to 0.5% bonus on your course grade. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE.

Note that you will receive full credit if you do the exercise seriously, following all guidelines, even if your answer is not completely correct. Before you do this exercise, please familiarize yourself with Rhea's copyright policy. By default you can login to Rhea with your Purdue CAREER account. Note that the system keeps track of who writes what/when and this information is available for public view. If you would prefer to participate anonymously, please contact your instructor to obtain a new login name.


  • The problems should not be too easy, but they should also not be too hard. If it takes more than 15 minutes to solve for an average student who has attended all lectures and done all the quiz/hw so far, then it is too hard.
  • You must login in order to be able to edit pages.
  • Use the wikitext markup language to type your question and answer. (This is the same language as wikipedia.) Click here for help on the wikitext markup language. DO NOT UPLOAD A PDF OR WORD DOCUMENT.
  • Clearly state the question on top of the page. Put your answer in a separate section below the question.
  • Invite others to share their own answers or comment on your problem/solution towards the bottom of your page.
  • Add the following code on top of your page:
[[Category:ECE301Spring2013JVK]] [[Category:ECE]] [[Category:ECE301]] [[Category:probability]] [[Category:problem solving]]
  • For question #1 add the following code on top of your page:
[[Category:LTI systems]]
  • For question #2 add the following code on top of your page:
  • For question #3 add the following code on top of your page:

  • At the very bottom of the page, put a link back to this page:
[[Bonus_point_1_ECE301_Spring2013|Back to first bonus point opportunity, ECE301 Spring 2013]]

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