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A Hybrid NASAP Module for Direct Design of Linear Dynamic Circuits

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This tutorial paper presents an introduction to the application of hybrid computation and optimization to the direct design of linear dynamic circuits using a simple optimization technique that does not require sophisticated computer programming. The chief merit of such simple techniques is that the user can easily verify the execution by stepping through the program in a manner that permits him to mentally check the logical decisions implemented by the optimization algorithm. This type of operation is economically feasible because of the development of a hybrid computer system which permits these techniques to be demonstrated at minimum capital cost.

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

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Dec. 1969

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