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Can someone explain the following LabVIEW block diagram...

I attatched the snapshot of the entire VI this time also the paper, incase you've missed it earlier. Whatever, I just wanted to implement difference equations, equations of the form y(n)=x(n-1)+.... So, how is that possible through LabVIEW? Could you please suggest me a way?
Thank you
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How are equations of the type p(n)=x(n-16)-1/32[y(n-1)+x(n)-x(n-32)] implemented in LabVIEW?

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@HimajaAk wrote:

How are equations of the type p(n)=x(n-16)-1/32[y(n-1)+x(n)-x(n-32)] implemented in LabVIEW?


I don't know why you use the word "type", it is clear that you want us to tell you how to put that equation in LabVIEW. To access the element of an array at a specific index, you can use the "index array" function. I'll assume that p=0 when n<32.

 

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First of all.. Thank you very much!!!
I used the word 'type' because that is not the actual equation i was working on. It is a different one. I wanted help in implementing difference equations so I quoted that equation as an example. Anyways, thank you.
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