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Modification and Use of NASAP to Aid in Teaching Network Design

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The CDC 3600 version of NASAP released by NASA has been rewritten in F level FORTRAN IV for use on the IBM 360/40 Disc Operating System. This version of the program incorporates features useful in courses emphasizing the design of networks. The phase or magnitude of a transfer function can be specified and printer plots of the specified and obtained transfer functions as well as the error between the two can be obtained. In addition, a rerun feature that permits the modification of any number of element values has been added. Cooperation with other workers using NASAP has aided in debugging the program and determining its limitations. A brief description of a senior level course in network design using general analysis programs is included.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )