Local Analysis of Linear Networks by Aggregation of Characteristic Lines

@inproceedings{Mauss1998LocalAO,
  title={Local Analysis of Linear Networks by Aggregation of Characteristic Lines},
  author={Jakob Mauss},
  year={1998}
}
Model-based systems such as GDE require local reasoning methods in order to perform dependency recording during model analysis. For linear networks, this poses a well known problem concerning the completeness of the derived predictions: naive component-oriented methods will often derive weaker predictions than actually possible. This is due to the cyclic computational dependencies (algebraic loops) that usually occur in the simultaneous equations describing the network's steady-state behavior… CONTINUE READING