In my previous question, based on the information I have so far, my understanding about a system is that a system transforms an input function to an output function.
So I think all the things involved in the transformation, except input and output, are the parameters of the system. Am I right?
But there is another concept, the state of the system, which is neither input nor output. So I wonder if the state of the system is also part of the parameters of the system?
If yes, what distinguishes state parameters and non-state parameters of the system?
Thanks and regards!