## Analysis of linear networks and systems: a matrix-oriented approach with computer applications |

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### Contents

Fundamentals of Network and System Analysis | 1 |

Elementary Network Topology | 28 |

Matrix Formulation of Network Equations | 54 |

Copyright | |

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applied branch capacitor Chapter circuit coefficients columns connected Consider constant corresponding current source cutset data cards defined denoted depicted in Fig derivative described determine differential equation discrete-time system discussed driving-point ecap edges eigenvalues eigenvectors equivalent network expressed following example FORTRAN Fourier series function f given network graph G impedance indicates inductor initial conditions integral inverse Jordan canonical form KVL-equations Laplace transform linear network linear time-invariant linearly independent loop equations matrix form method nasap network analysis network function network of Fig network shown node equations Norton's theorem obtain one-port open-circuit parameters phasor planar plot poles polynomial port referred Repeat Problem resistor respectively s-domain scattering parameters shown in Fig signal flow graph sinusoidal solution solving specified state-transition steady-state response step subnetworks subprogram subroutine Substituting terminal theorem topology transfer function tree two-port variables VCR-equations vector voltage source waveform yields zero