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Simultaneous generation of the coefficients of network polynomials and their partial derivatives from the nodal-admittance matrix

Simultaneous generation of the coefficients of network polynomials and their partial derivatives from the nodal-admittance matrix

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A method for the simultaneous evaluation of the coefficients of a number of network polynomials and the formation of the first and second partial derivatives of these coefficients with respect to the circuit elements is developed with special regard to accuracy and speed of calculation. The method requires only the original network to be analysed.

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