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Analysis of acceleration effect in network design by the control theory methods

A. M. Zemliak


Based on the generalized theory of electronic network design, the effect of additional acceleration of the design process has been revealed and analyzed. This effect arises due to different behavior of design trajectories with change in the vector of the controlling functions. The effect is noticeable for all networks analyzed and permits to additional reduction in the computer time.

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