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Stiffness and Algebraic Manipulations in Electronic Circuits Simulations

Originální název

Stiffness and Algebraic Manipulations in Electronic Circuits Simulations

Anglický název

Stiffness and Algebraic Manipulations in Electronic Circuits Simulations

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Numerical methods for systems of linear equations solving as well as for systems of differential equations solving have been known since the last century. Most of numerical methods are very accurate and fast. However, some complicated problems with algebraic manipulations, stiff systems, badconditional equations etc. can occur and the solution could be time-consuming. This paper describes methods for modeling and solving electrical circuits by using differential equations using a parasitic capacitance (with a minimum of algebraic manipulations).

Anglický abstrakt

Numerical methods for systems of linear equations solving as well as for systems of differential equations solving have been known since the last century. Most of numerical methods are very accurate and fast. However, some complicated problems with algebraic manipulations, stiff systems, badconditional equations etc. can occur and the solution could be time-consuming. This paper describes methods for modeling and solving electrical circuits by using differential equations using a parasitic capacitance (with a minimum of algebraic manipulations).

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35209,
  author="Jiří {Kunovský} and Michal {Kadák} and Václav {Šátek}",
  title="Stiffness and Algebraic Manipulations in Electronic Circuits Simulations",
  annote="Numerical methods for systems of linear equations
solving as well as for systems of differential equations solving
have been known since the last century. Most of numerical
methods are very accurate and fast. However, some complicated
problems with algebraic manipulations, stiff systems, badconditional
equations etc. can occur and the solution could be
time-consuming. This paper describes methods for modeling
and solving electrical circuits by using differential equations
using a parasitic capacitance (with a minimum of algebraic
manipulations).",
  address="International Research Alliance for Science and Technology",
  booktitle="Proceedings of The 2010 International Congress on Computer Applications and Computational Science",
  chapter="35209",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="International Research Alliance for Science and Technology",
  year="2010",
  month="december",
  pages="529--532",
  publisher="International Research Alliance for Science and Technology",
  type="conference paper"
}