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An approach to the continuous decomposition of second-order polynomials

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A salient feature of proposed method is the incorporation, as a design parameter, of a new variable m in the decomposition of the second-order polynomials. It has been shown that the performance criteria such as Q sensitivity and \omega _{p} sensitivity are accordingly expressed as functions of m thereby leading to possible optimizations. The continuous change of the variable encompasses not only existing optimum decompositions but also a variety of other decompositions which may be regarded as optimum with respect to diverse performance criteria. Two types of decomposition corresponding to RC : gyrator synthesis and RC :NIC synthesis are used to demonstrate the proposed method.

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Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 6 )