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Instead, we now show a familiar relationship between the network matrix of A N

and the matrix of the companion network used ... If the

this multi-port element is now desired, we need only remove the source term of (5

.

Instead, we now show a familiar relationship between the network matrix of A N

and the matrix of the companion network used ... If the

**adjoint network**model ofthis multi-port element is now desired, we need only remove the source term of (5

.

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13c-d and vGj j is measured in the

But, from the rules of forming the A elements of N for linear

that this is simply the original linear

...

13c-d and vGj j is measured in the

**adjoint**of N, i. e. , the "**adjoint**of the**adjoint**."But, from the rules of forming the A elements of N for linear

**networks**, we realizethat this is simply the original linear

**network**N. Collecting all terms involved in the...

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REFERENCES 12. 1 Hachtel, G. D. , and R. A. Rohrer, "Design and Synthesis of

Switching Circuits, " Proc. IEEE, vol. 55, no. 11, pp. 1864-1876; November 1967.

12. 2 Director, S. W. , and R. A. Rohrer, "A Generalized

REFERENCES 12. 1 Hachtel, G. D. , and R. A. Rohrer, "Design and Synthesis of

Switching Circuits, " Proc. IEEE, vol. 55, no. 11, pp. 1864-1876; November 1967.

12. 2 Director, S. W. , and R. A. Rohrer, "A Generalized

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### Contents

NETWORK DESIGN BY COMPUTER | 1 |

ANALYSIS OF LINEAR NETWORKS | 10 |

NONLINEAR DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS | 59 |

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A-stability adjoint network algorithm amplifier Appendix Table approximation back substitution branch currents capacitor Chapter Circuit Analysis coefficients column companion model consider convergence current source currents and voltages dc analysis DC Design DCAP define differential equations diode model eigenvalues Electrical Networks element values error example formula frequency domain function IEEE incidence matrix inductor input integration linear network linear resistive LU factorization method minimization model of Figure Muller's method network of Figure Newton iteration node analysis node equations node matrix node voltages nonlinear nonzero numerical solution OUTPUT NODES OUTPUT VOLTAGE parameters partition Proc procedure RCAP reduction represented resistive network resistors response result round-off error s-plane Sensitivity Calculation shown in Figure small signal model solve sparse matrix stability step subroutine tableau term tion transient analysis transistor tree updating vector voltage source yield zero