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Add patterns for the inverse Z transform

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Syntax

```iztrans::addpattern(`pat`, `z`, `k`, `res`, <`vars, <conds>`>)
```

Description

`iztrans::addpattern(pat, z, k, res)` teaches `iztrans` to return iztrans(pat, z, k) = res.

The `iztrans` function uses a set of patterns for computing inverse Z transforms. You can extend the set by adding your own patterns. To add a new pattern to the pattern matcher, use `iztrans::addpattern`. MuPAD® does not save custom patterns permanently. The new patterns are available in the current MuPAD session only.

Variable names that you use when calling `iztrans::addpattern` can differ from the names that you use when calling `iztrans`. See Example 2.

You can include a list of free parameters and a list of conditions on these parameters. These conditions and the result are protected from premature evaluation. This means that you can use ```not   iszero(a^2 - b)``` instead of ```hold( _not @ iszero )(a^2 - b)```.

The following conditions treat assumptions on identifiers differently:

• `a^2 - b <> 0` takes into account assumptions on identifiers.

• `not   iszero(a^2 - b)` disregards assumptions on identifiers.

See Example 3.

Environment Interactions

Calling `iztrans::addpattern` changes the expressions returned by future calls to `iztrans`.

Examples

Example 1

Compute the inverse Z transform of the function `bar`. By default, MuPAD does not have a pattern for this function:

`iztrans(bar(z), z, k)`
``` ```

Add a pattern for the inverse Z transform of `bar` using `iztrans::addpattern`:

`iztrans::addpattern(bar(z), z, k, foo(k)):`

Now `iztrans` returns the inverse Z transform of `bar`:

`iztrans(bar(z), z, k)`
``` ```

Example 2

Define the inverse Z transform of `bar(y)` using the variables `x` and `y` as parameters:

`iztrans::addpattern(bar(y), y, x, foo(x))`

The `iztrans` function recognizes the added pattern even if you use other variables as parameters:

`iztrans(bar(z), z, k)`
``` ```

Example 3

Use assumptions when adding this pattern for the inverse Z transform:

```iztrans::addpattern(BAR(x*z), z, k, FOO(k/(x - 1/2))*sin(x), [x], [abs(x) < 1]): iztrans(BAR(x*z), z, k) assuming -1 < x < 1```
``` ```

If |x| ≥ 1, you cannot apply this pattern:

`iztrans(BAR(x*z), z, k) assuming x >= 1`
``` ```

If MuPAD cannot determine whether the conditions are satisfied, it returns a `piecewise` object:

`iztrans(BAR(x*z), z, k)`
``` ```

Note that the resulting expression defining the inverse Z transform of `BAR(x*z)` implicitly assumes that the value of `x` is not 1/2. A strict definition of the pattern is:

```ztrans::addpattern(BAR(x*z), z, k, FOO(k/(x - 1/2))*sin(x), [x], [abs(x) < 1, x <> 1/2]):```

If either the conditions are not satisfied or substituting the values into the result gives an error, `iztrans` ignores the pattern. For this particular pattern, you can omit specifying the assumption ```x <> 1/2```. If `x = 1/2`, MuPAD throws an internal "Division by zero." error and ignores the pattern:

`iztrans(BAR(z/2), z, k)`
``` ```

Parameters

 `pat` Arithmetical expression in the variable `z` representing the pattern to match `z` Identifier used as a variable in the pattern `k` Identifier used as a variable in the result `res` Arithmetical expression in the variable `k` representing the pattern for the result of the transformation `vars` List of identifiers or indexed identifiers used as "pattern variables" (placeholders in `pat` and `res`). You can use pattern variables as placeholders for almost arbitrary MuPAD expressions not containing `z` or `k`. You can restrict them by conditions given in the optional parameter `conds`. `conds` List of conditions on the pattern variables

Return Values

Object of type `DOM_NULL`