Presentation 2008-10-14
Formulating Hybrid Equations Using SPICE
Kiyotaka YAMAMURA, Mitsuru TONOKURA, Yasuhiro KOYAMA,
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Abstract(in English) The hybrid equation is often used in the theoretical study of nonlinear circuits because it has an easily analyzed struture. Moreover, the hybrid equation is advantageous from the viewpoint of numerical analysis (especially in piecewise-linear analysis and in finding all solutions) because it consists of a small number of variables and is separable. However, the hybrid equation is seldom used in practical application because its formulation is difficult. In this paper, we propose a simle method for formulating hybrid equations using SPICE. In our method, difficult theory and complicated programming are not necessary; we only perform the DC analysis of SPICE to the circuit that is obtained from a simple modification to the original circuit. It is also shown that state equations of linear or nonlinear dynamic circuits can also be formulated by the proposed method.
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Keyword(in English) nonlinear circuit / hybrid equation / state equation / SPICE
Paper # CAS2008-43,NLP2008-55
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Conference Date 2008/10/7(1days)
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Title (in English) Formulating Hybrid Equations Using SPICE
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Keyword(1) nonlinear circuit
Keyword(2) hybrid equation
Keyword(3) state equation
Keyword(4) SPICE
1st Author's Name Kiyotaka YAMAMURA
1st Author's Affiliation Chuo University()
2nd Author's Name Mitsuru TONOKURA
2nd Author's Affiliation Chuo University
3rd Author's Name Yasuhiro KOYAMA
3rd Author's Affiliation Chuo University
Date 2008-10-14
Paper # CAS2008-43,NLP2008-55
Volume (vol) vol.108
Number (no) 240
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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