DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272707110039
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Analysis of dynamic characteristics of process of designing analogue circuits

A. M. Zemliak

Abstract


The process of designing analogue circuits is formulated as a controlled dynamic system. For analysis of such system’s properties it is suggested to use the concept of Lyapunov’s function for a dynamic system. Various forms of Lyapunov’s function are suggested. Analyzing the behavior of Lyapunov’s function and its first derivative allowed to determine significant correlation between this function’s properties and processor time used to design the circuit. Numerical results prove the possibility of forecasting the behavior of various designing strategies and processor time based on the properties of Lyapunov’s function for the process of designing the circuit.


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