The Dirac Delta Function and Convolution 1 the Dirac Delta (impulse) Function

  • Published 2003

Abstract

The impulse is therefore defined to exist only at time t = 0, and although its value is strictly undefined at that time, it must tend toward infinity so as to maintain the property of unit area in the limit. The strength of a scaled impulse Kδ(t) is defined by its area K. The limiting form of many other functions may be used to approximate the impulse. Common functions include triangular, gaussian, and sinc (sin(x)/x) functions.

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@inproceedings{2003TheDD, title={The Dirac Delta Function and Convolution 1 the Dirac Delta (impulse) Function}, author={}, year={2003} }