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In digital, you have logic gates
In analog circuits we have capacitors, inductors etc..
What is the digital circuit equivalent of these elements which operate in digital values??
How come in digital domain we represent diffrentiation like this
y[n] = x[n] + y[n-1]
How does this represent the rate of change??
I think that is inversely, ie. a capacitor works as an accumulator (integrator) and an inductor works as a differentiator (providing that You think about a voltage as an output signal).Can we call the equation for capacitor as Differentiator and that of inductor as Accumulator???
I would rather write:In mathematics diffention of a function will be like this
y = [f(x) - f(x+h)] / h
It would represent the rate of change or the slope..
How come in digital domain we represent diffrentiation like this
y[n] = x[n] + y[n-1]
How does this represent the rate of change??