Computer-aided design of single- and two-variable analogue function generators

Computer-aided design of single- and two-variable analogue function generators

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Values for the resistances shunting sections of tapped potentiometers are rapidly computed from simple data using two alternative digital-computer programs which provide potentiometer-network designs, having a specified accuracy, for arbitrary monotonic and nonmonotonic functions.


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