## Analogue Computing at Ultra-high Speed: An Experimental and Theoretical Study |

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### Contents

Introductory | 3 |

Instrumental Requirements for HighSpeed | 19 |

Linear Computing Units | 37 |

Copyright | |

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accuracy adjusted amplifier amplitude analogue computer Appendix applications bandwidth boundary conditions capacitance capacitor cathode cathode-ray tube Chapter characteristic circuit coefficients computer equations constant convergence corresponding cycle determined difference approximations differenced differential analyser diode discussed display effect eigenvalue Electronic Analogue example feedback resistor finite fractional error frequency function store gain given gradient grid high-speed increase independent variable initial conditions integral equations integral transforms iterative process kc/s kernel limit linear MacKay mathematical matrix maximum measured multiplier noise level non-linear units normal mode obtained operating ordinary differential equations output impedance parabolic equation parallel method parameter partial differential equations phase shift physical possible potential potentiometer practical principle problem pulse range reduced represents resistor sampling Section serial method shown in Fig sign-inverting singular points solving speed spurious solutions stability standard storage suitable supplies switch techniques transformation truncation error unstable valid region values voltage waveform zero