## Systems, Networks, and Computation: Basic Concepts |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Systems and the State Model II | 11 |

niinuotIs Memoryless Systems | 43 |

Copyright | |

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algebra algorithm analysis assume block diagram systems Boolean function called capacitor Chap characterized circuit complex numbers Consider constant constraints convergence corresponding current source definition delay dependent sources derivative differential equation diode discussed dynamic systems electric electric networks elements equivalent example excitation explicit finite-state machine first-order flip-flop follows forcing function formulation function block gate given graph Hence impulse response inductor initial conditions input input-output behavior integrator interconnection J-K flip-flop Karnaugh map linear resistors linear system logic logic gates loops memory memoryless system network of Fig Newton's method node voltages node-voltage equations nonlinear Observe Picard's algorithm prime implicants PROB pulse real numbers realization resistive networks resistor result scalers sequence sequential circuit shown in Fig signal solve specified subnetwork sum-of-products superposition system function system of Fig terminals theorem tion unique variables voltage source waveform yields zero