# A Criterion for Testing Hypothesis about Impulse Response Function

### Abstract

In this paper a time-invariant continuous linear system with a real-valued impulse response function is considered. A new method for the estimator construction of the impulse response function is proposed. Two criteria on the shape of the impulse response function are given. In this paper a time-invariantcontinuous linear system with a real-valued impulse response function is considered. A new method for the estimator construction of the impulse response function is proposed. Two criteria on the shape of the impulse response function are given.### References

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