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Norms of Time-Domain Functions and Convolution Operators

  • Carl E. Baum

Abstract

This chapter develops various norms of time-domain functions and convolution operators to obtain bounds for transient system response. Besides the usual p-norm we can define another norm, the residue norm (or r-norm), based on the singularities in the complex-frequency (or Laplace-transform) plane.

Keywords

Convolution Operator Negative Real Axis Holder Inequality Residue Norm Conjugate Symmetry 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carl E. Baum
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  1. 1.Air Force Weapons Laboratory (NTAAB)Kirtland AFBUSA

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