Testing System Linearity and Shift Invariance

In summary, the speaker is asking for help in determining the linearity and shift invariance of a system represented by two equations. The variables in the equations are not clearly defined and it is not specified what the system is. The speaker also asks for clarification on the meaning of the variables and equations.
  • #1
hanafnaf
8
0
please anyone can help me

how make check the linearity and shift invarient for the system

I want to determine whether the system is linear and shift invarientby steps

g(m,n) = f(m,-1) + f(m,0) + f(m,1)

g(x) = (integration from +infinety to - infinety) f(x,z) dz

please help me
Thanks alot
 
Physics news on Phys.org
  • #2


Your questions are very unclear!
In first equation, what is n?
What is the "system"?
You use g for functions in both equations, one with two arguments (integers?) and the other with one (real?). Is there any connection between them?
 
  • #3


first m,n is variables but the variable n not appear as a term at the other side from the first equation
Second this equation not describe a special system

please anyone help me
 
  • #4


howwwwwwwwwwwwwwww?
anybody here?
 
  • #5


hanafnaf said:
how make check the linearity and shift invarient for the system

I want to determine whether the system is linear and shift invarientby steps

g(m,n) = f(m,-1) + f(m,0) + f(m,1)

g(x) = (integration from +infinety to - infinety) f(x,z) dz

please help me
Thanks alot
Are these then two different questions? In both of them whether g is linear and/or "shift invarient" depends upon whether f is or is not. Since you haven't told us what f is, we can't answer. If the question was whether g is linear no matter what f is, the answer is "no".
 
  • #6


we need check the system overall g and f, both is unknown
 

Related to Testing System Linearity and Shift Invariance

1. What is linearity and shift invariance in a testing system?

Linearity and shift invariance are two important characteristics of a testing system that determine its accuracy and reliability. Linearity refers to the ability of the system to produce a proportional output when the input is changed by a constant factor. Shift invariance, on the other hand, refers to the system's ability to produce the same output regardless of the location of the input in the system.

2. Why is it important to test for linearity and shift invariance?

Testing for linearity and shift invariance is crucial to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the testing system. If the system is not linear, it may produce inaccurate results when the input is changed. Similarly, if the system is not shift invariant, the results may vary depending on the location of the input, leading to inconsistent and unreliable data.

3. How is linearity and shift invariance tested in a system?

The most common method to test for linearity and shift invariance is by performing a series of controlled experiments with known input and comparing the output results. The input is varied by a constant factor, and the output is recorded to check for linearity. Similarly, the input is shifted to different locations, and the output is compared to test for shift invariance.

4. What are some potential sources of non-linearity and shift invariance in a testing system?

There are several potential sources of non-linearity and shift invariance in a testing system. These can include imperfections in the system's hardware, such as sensors, actuators, and amplifiers. Environmental factors, such as temperature and humidity, can also affect the linearity and shift invariance of the system.

5. How can non-linearity and shift invariance be mitigated in a testing system?

To mitigate non-linearity and shift invariance in a testing system, it is essential to calibrate the system regularly. This involves adjusting the system parameters to ensure that it produces accurate and consistent results. Additionally, using high-quality components and maintaining proper environmental conditions can also help reduce non-linearity and shift invariance in a testing system.

Similar threads

  • Calculus
Replies
1
Views
1K
  • Calculus
Replies
3
Views
965
  • Calculus and Beyond Homework Help
Replies
1
Views
2K
Replies
31
Views
1K
Replies
3
Views
2K
Replies
4
Views
2K
  • Calculus and Beyond Homework Help
Replies
1
Views
1K
  • Calculus
Replies
1
Views
1K
  • Linear and Abstract Algebra
2
Replies
41
Views
3K
  • Introductory Physics Homework Help
Replies
4
Views
248
Back
Top