# Lecture 10 Blog, ECE438 Fall 2013, Prof. Boutin

Wednesday September 11, 2013 (Week 4) - See Course Outline.

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Today we defined convergence at infinity for a complex valued function on the complex plane. We then mentioned a couple of important properties of the z-transform, emphasizing the analogy to the Fourier transform properties. We finished the lecture by stating the inverse z-transform formula and explaining the general procedure for inverting a z-transform. Here are a few examples to practice:

- Obtain the inverse z-transform
- Obtain the inverse z-transform
- Obtain the inverse z-transform
- Obtain the inverse z-transform
- Obtain the inverse z-transform

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## Action Items

- Continue working on the third homework. It's due Friday.

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