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A Piecewise-Linear Moment-Matching Approach to Parameterized Model-Order Reduction for Highly Nonlinear Systems

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2 Author(s)
Bond, B.N. ; Massachusetts Inst. of Technol., Cambridge ; Daniel, L.

This paper presents a parameterized reduction technique for highly nonlinear systems. In our approach, we first approximate the nonlinear system with a convex combination of parameterized linear models created by linearizing the nonlinear system at points along training trajectories. Each of these linear models is then projected using a moment-matching scheme into a low-order subspace, resulting in a parameterized reduced-order nonlinear system. Several options for selecting the linear models and constructing the projection matrix are presented and analyzed. In addition, we propose a training scheme which automatically selects parameter-space training points by approximating parameter sensitivities. Results and comparisons are presented for three examples which contain distributed strong nonlinearities: a diode transmission line, a microelectromechanical switch, and a pulse-narrowing nonlinear transmission line. In most cases, we are able to accurately capture the parameter dependence over the parameter ranges of plusmn50% from the nominal values and to achieve an average simulation speedup of about 10x.

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Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 12 )