Below is an introduction to the convolution sum for discrete-time systems. Once you characterize the system with a given impulse as an input and find it corresponding impulsive output, then any arbitrary input can be decompose as a summation of time-shifted weighted impulses. The resulting output is simply a summation of time-shifted weighted impulse responses.

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