linear system analysis

linear system analysis

[′lin·ē·ər ¦sis·təm ə′nal·ə·səs]
(control systems)
The study of a system by means of a model consisting of a linear mapping between the system inputs (causes or excitations), applied at the input terminals, and the system outputs (effects or responses), measured or observed at the output terminals.
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This study proposes a linear system analysis combined with oil/water saturation for studying transient pulses propagating through formations with different oil/water saturations.
In this paper, a method combining linear system analysis with rock oil/water saturation is proposed.
After linear system analysis, response signals were determined to be two parts: amplitude and phase.
In the same way, through linear system analysis and inverse Fourier transform, amplitude spectrums were achieved as indicated by Figure 9.