Learn More
The lumped-network finite-difference time-domain (LN-FDTD) technique is an extension of the conventional finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method that allows the systematic incorporation of linear one-port lumped networks (LNs) into a single FDTD cell. This paper presents an extension of the LN-FDTD technique, which allows linear two-port (TP)-LNs to be(More)
This paper describes a systematic methodology for complete stability analysis of nonlinear microwave multifunction circuits. The proposed strategy has two different stages: the stability analysis of a nominal steady-state solution and the use of continuation techniques to efficiently determine the unstable operation ranges. The stability analysis is(More)
Currently, word embeddings (Bengio et al, 2003; Mikolov et al, 2013) have had a major boom due to its performance in di erent Natural Language Processing tasks. This technique has overpassed many conventional methods in the literature. From the obtained embedding vectors, we can make a good grouping of words and surface elements. It is common to represent(More)
  • 1