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Monotone one-port circuits

@article{Chaffey2021MonotoneOC,
  title={Monotone one-port circuits},
  author={Thomas Chaffey and Rodolphe Sepulchre},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.15407}
}
—Maximal monotonicity is explored as a gener- alization of the linear theory of passivity, aiming at an algorithmic input/output analysis of physical models. The the- ory is developed for maximal monotone one-port circuits, formed by the series and parallel interconnection of basic elements. These circuits generalize passive LTI transfer functions. Periodic input signals are shown to be mapped to periodic output signals, and these input-output behav-iors can be efficiently computed using a… 

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