Geometric-Analytic Theory of Transition in Electrical Engineering

@article{Bolinder1959GeometricAnalyticTO,
  title={Geometric-Analytic Theory of Transition in Electrical Engineering},
  author={E. F. Bolinder},
  journal={Proceedings of the IRE},
  year={1959},
  volume={47},
  pages={1124-1129}
}
A geometric-analytic theory of transition is presented and applied to circuit theory. A transition from one state to another is represented in a complex plane by two points which, by variation of a parameter, approach each other, coalesce, and then separate along trajectories perpendicular to the original trajectories. Three analogous cases are treated, namely 1) Movements of fixed points in the complex impedance plane and the complex reflection coefficient plane (Smith chart), 2) Movements of… Expand
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