Diakoptic and Large Change Sensitivity Analysis

@inproceedings{Stenbakken1992DiakopticAL,
  title={Diakoptic and Large Change Sensitivity Analysis},
  author={Gerard N. Stenbakken and Janusz A. Starzyk},
  year={1992}
}
  • Gerard N. Stenbakken, Janusz A. Starzyk
  • Published 1992
  • Mathematics
  • An approach to the analysis of large circuits based on the use of the large change sensitivity technique applied to decomposed networks is presented. As a result of this approach a simple, compact notation for the solution vector is derived. The method is applicable to nonlinear analogue networks with hierarchical decomposition simulated by inserted ideal switches. A simple illustrative example is given. 

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