INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CIRCUIT THEORY.

M. F. Moad, D. S. Dhaliwal, J. G. Simes, S. Darlington, W. Rupprecht, W. Schmidt, R. Srinivasagopalan, G. O. Martens, G. E. Ching, Y. Y. Yang, O. Wing, F. J. Witt, J. Tow, Y. L. Kuo, J. Valihora

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Following is a continuation of the list of titles and authors. Simple Versatile A-C, D-C, State Variable Method of Network Analysis. By M. F. Moad. Computer Aided Calculation of Parseval's Integral and its Derivatives. By D. S. Dhaliwal and J. G. Simes. Analytical Approach to Rational Function Approximation in the Chebyshev Sense. By S. Darlington. Orthonormal System of Functions Derived from Simple RC-Functions. By W. Rupprecht and W. Schmidt. Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for the Realizability of Lossy Low-Pass Ladder Networks. By R. Srinivasagopalan and G. O. Martens. Variational Principle of Circuit Theory. By G. E. Ching. Optimal and Suboptimal Solution Algorithms for the Wiring Problem. By Y. Y. Yang and O. Wing. Precision Networks for Communications Systems. By F. J. Witt. Coupled-Biquad Active Filters. By J. Tow and Y. L. Kuo. Modern Technology Applied to Network Implementation. By J. Valihora.

Original languageEnglish (US)
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2017

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