# Time-domain Non-monte Carlo Noise Simulation For Nonlinear Dynamic Circuits With Arbitrary Excitations

@article{Demir1994TimedomainNC, title={Time-domain Non-monte Carlo Noise Simulation For Nonlinear Dynamic Circuits With Arbitrary Excitations}, author={Alper Demir and Edward W. Y. Liu and Alberto L. Sangiovanni-Vincentelli}, journal={IEEE/ACM International Conference on Computer-Aided Design}, year={1994}, pages={598-603} }

A new, <italic>time-domain, non-Monte Carlo</italic> method for computer simulation of <italic>electrical noise</italic> in <italic>nonlinear dynamic circuits</italic> with <italic>arbitrary excitations</italic> is presented. This time-domain noise simulation method is based on the results from the theory of <italic>stochastic differential equations</italic>. The noise simulation method is general in the sense that any <italic>nonlinear dynamic circuit</italic> with <italic>any kind of…

## 35 Citations

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