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# Parallel Computations Based on Analogue Principles

KUNOVSKÝ, J. KRAUS, M. ŠÁTEK, V. KALUŽA, V.

Originální název

Parallel Computations Based on Analogue Principles

Anglický název

Parallel Computations Based on Analogue Principles

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

It is the aim of the paper to give some of the basic philosophy of analogue computation before entering into a detailed discussion of the theory of analogue principles. The analogue technique has, in general, three control states; they are the reset, operate, and hold states. The idea of analogue principles is used in our Taylor series integrators. Again, three control states are applied (reset, operate, hold) in our system. The only standard operational amplifier is replaced by digital elements. The paper provides a general description of the manner in which components are connected together in the mechanization of some relatively simple examples.

Anglický abstrakt

It is the aim of the paper to give some of the basic philosophy of analogue computation before entering into a detailed discussion of the theory of analogue principles. The analogue technique has, in general, three control states; they are the reset, operate, and hold states. The idea of analogue principles is used in our Taylor series integrators. Again, three control states are applied (reset, operate, hold) in our system. The only standard operational amplifier is replaced by digital elements. The paper provides a general description of the manner in which components are connected together in the mechanization of some relatively simple examples.

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BibTex

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@inproceedings{BUT30200,
author="Jiří {Kunovský} and Michal {Kraus} and Václav {Šátek} and Vlastimil {Kaluža}",
title="Parallel Computations Based on Analogue Principles",
annote="It is the aim of the paper to give some of the basic philosophy
of analogue computation before entering into a detailed discussion of the theory
of analogue principles. The analogue technique has, in general, three control
states; they are the reset, operate, and hold states.
The idea of analogue principles is used in our Taylor series integrators. Again,
three control states are applied (reset, operate, hold) in our system. The only
standard operational amplifier is replaced by digital elements.
The paper provides a general description of the manner in which components are
connected together in the mechanization of some relatively simple examples.",