Practical Least pth Optimization of Networks

@inproceedings{Bandler1972PracticalLP,
  title={Practical Least pth Optimization of Networks},
  author={John W. Bandler and Christakis Charalambous},
  year={1972}
}
A new and practical approach to computer-aided design optimization is presented. Central to the process is the application of least pth approximation using extremely large values of p, typically 1000 to 1 000 000. It is shown how suitable and reasonably well conditioned objective functions can be formulated, giving particular emphasis to more general approximation problems as, for example, in filter design. It is demonstrated how easily and efficiently extremely near minimax results can be… CONTINUE READING

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