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NASAP Revisited: An Educational Tool

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This paper describes an efficient version of NASAP (Network Analysis for Systems Application Program) that has been developed by Northeastern University for batch and on-line solution of circuit problems. Problem coding, using a free-form input format, may be facilitated by use of mark-sense cards. The program provides a multiple-transfer function representation of a linear, lumpedparameter network. Output options useful to the student or designer include routines for frequency and time response and parameter sensitivity.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 1 )