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Applications of the perturbation matrix in network design problems

Applications of the perturbation matrix in network design problems

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The concept of the perturbation matrix is used to develop a set of simultaneous equations relating the shifts in the eigen-values of the state matrix to variations in either the resistive or reactive elements. A powerful and versatile computer programs based on these equations has been developed and applied to a wide range of network design problems.

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      • M.I. Sobhy , A.S. Deif . The state space approach to first order perturbations in electrical networks. IEEE Trans.
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      • Y. Peless , T. Murakami . Analysis and synthesis of transitional Butterworth–Thomson filters and bandpass amplifiers. RCA Rev. , 60 - 94
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