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Circuits and Systems I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, IEEE Transactions on

Issue 12 • Date Dec. 1998

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  • 1998 Index

    Publication Year: 1998 , Page(s): 1261 - 1280
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  • Synthesizing arbitrary driving-point and transfer characteristics

    Publication Year: 1998 , Page(s): 1225 - 1232
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    The property of any two-terminal resistive device is characterized by its driving-point (DP) characteristic, and any two-port resistive device with zero input current and a load-independent output voltage is described by its transfer characteristic (TC). Synthesizing a two-port device with a prescribed transfer characteristic is usually easier than synthesizing a two-terminal device with a prescribed driving-point characteristic. In this paper we propose an approach to synthesize a driving-point characteristic of a two-terminal device from the transfer characteristic of a two-port device, so that the resulting DP plot of the two-terminal device is exactly the same as the TC plot of the two-port device. We also illustrate the use of digital circuitry to synthesize arbitrary transfer characteristics. This technique will benefit the design and analysis of complex nonlinear electronic circuits and systems. A variety of characteristics synthesized using this approach are presented View full abstract»

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  • The roles of Sylvester and Bezoutian matrices in the historical study of stability of linear discrete-time systems

    Publication Year: 1998 , Page(s): 1233 - 1251
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    In this paper, a historical review of the stability criteria of linear discrete-time systems is presented. In this review the early pioneering works of Hermite, Schur, Cohn, and Fujiwara, and how these paved the way for modern development of other criteria are indicated. It is also mentioned that Sylvester and Bezoutian matrices are the key methods in such developments. Besides this review of early work, some new results and simplifications are brought to light. The paper ends with some important applications of the various stability criteria in diverse fields View full abstract»

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  • Chaos due to the interaction of high- and low-frequency modes

    Publication Year: 1998 , Page(s): 1255 - 1260
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    The results of theoretical and experimental investigations of the interaction of high- and low-frequency oscillators in the presence of a periodic perturbation are discussed. The reasons for threshold of chaos to be low in such a system are clarified in terms of the development of the decay instability and the destruction of quasiperiodic oscillations. Analytical criteria for predicting the onset of chaos are provided View full abstract»

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  • Control of the chaotic Duffing equation with uncertainty in all parameters

    Publication Year: 1998 , Page(s): 1252 - 1255
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    In this work, we deal with the open problem of controlling the periodically forced Duffing equation with uncertainty in all parameters. To date, several control schemes have been proposed to adapt for the linearly appearing unknown parameters but no solution exists for the case when the frequency of the periodic forcing is also unknown. We prove for the state feedback control case, global, asymptotic convergence for constant and time-varying references. We extend these results to the position feedback case and prove global ultimate boundedness View full abstract»

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