Donald O. Pederson

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94720 Acknowledgements Many people have contributed to the development of SPICE over the years. The work of and others too numerous to name under the direction of Professor Donald Pederson provided a very solid base from which to more forward. The research described in t h i s dissertation would not have been possible without the environment for research(More)
Our original MSPLICE multiprocessor-based circuit simulator showed excellent efficiency with up to 10 processors. As shown in this paper, however, the efficiency of the program drops significantly when over 40 processors are used. A new generation of the MSPLICE program is described which shows high efficiency with up to 99 processors for three different(More)
Transient simulation of lossy lines with high frequency nonidealities (such as skin effeet) is usually performed by convolution, which involves computation quadratic in the number of time-points in the simulation. In this paper, a linear time simulation technique is described in which each impulse response is decomposed into two terms, with widely septuated(More)