## Graph theory: application to the calculation of electrical networks |

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### Contents

Basic concepts of graph theory | 15 |

Fundamental methods of network analysis | 58 |

Networks containing transmission lines 140 | 149 |

Copyright | |

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admittance matrix analysis associated basic element branch-currents branch-voltages branches in group calculation capacitive loops capacitor chords chosen coefficient column matrix components connection points corresponding current-sources currents and voltages cutset matrix cutset-voltages denoted determined diagonal matrix direct current drawn in Fig dual graph electrical networks excitation signals fixator fundamental set graph theory Hence i-th impedance matrix incidence matrix inductive cutsets inductors inverse Kirchhoff equations KirchhofTs Laplace transform linear linearly independent loop matrix loop-currents m x n-terminal element main diagonal matrix formed method networks containing nodes nullators and norators nullor number of columns number of edges obtained parameter matrices reference directions response signals row matrix sampled signal second group set of cutsets set of loops shown in Fig signal flow graph source-current source-voltage subgraphs Substituting terminated Thevenin transfer function transfer-function transmission line networks transmission line sections tree tree-branches two-ports variables vertex voltage-sources voltages and currents written yields z-transform zero