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The calculus of deviations applied to tansistor circuit and network analysis

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2 Author(s)
Nisbet, T.R. ; Lockheed, Missiles and Space Division, Research Laboratories, Palo Alto, USA ; Happ, W.W.

The Calculus of Deviations is introduced, and its nature and basis are briefly discussed. A deviation is described as ¿a measure of the lack of complete functional interdependence between two quantities¿ Rules are given for using the calculus in solving various transistor and network problems, including the analysisof distributed-parameter networks. The complexity of network analysis is verygreatly reduced by the use of this powerful, easy-to-use, mathematical tool

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Radio Engineers, Journal of the British Institution of  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 5 )