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Veremey, V.V.; Mittra, R. Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on, 2000
In this paper we apply the domain decomposition approach in conjunction with the finite difference (FD) method to compute efficiently the capacitance matrixes of crossovers and via type of interconnect structures, formed by traces that are nonorthogonal in general. In the past we have applied the FD method, in conjunction with the perfectly matched layer (PML) and the impedance boundary ...
Daneshrad, B.; Samueli, H. Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on, 1995
An all digital-QAM system is studied here for high-speed data transmission on digital subscriber loops. All elements of the system have been fully investigated and their effects on overall system performance documented. In particular, the following issues have been explicitly addressed: utility of an adaptive error-prediction (noise-prediction) filter; equalizer size and convergence; blind equalization; choice of constellation size and center ...
Lang, M.; Selesnick, I.W.; Burrus, C.S. Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on, 1996
We consider the design of 2-D linear phase finite impulse response (FIR) filters according to the least squares (LS) error criterion subject to equality and/or inequality constraints. Since we use a frequency domain formulation, these constraints can be used to explicitly prescribe (frequency- dependent) error tolerances, the maximum, minimum, or fixed values of the frequency response at certain points and/or ...
Miller, E.; Burke, G. Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on, 1971
A numerical study to determine accuracy and modeling criteria for the integral-equation analysis of thin-wire scatterers is described. Results obtained using a collocation solution method with sinusoidal current interpolation show that 6-18 current samples per wavelength are sufficient to produce radar cross section results with absolute numerical convergence accuracies on the order of 10 percent or less ( ![\sim0.4](/images/tex/13757.gif) dB) ...
Banavar, R.N.; Chichka, D.F.; Speyer, J.L. American Control Conference, 2000. Proceedings of the 2000, 2000
Convergence and synthesis issues in an extremum seeking (also peak seeking) control scheme are addressed. The goal of an extremum seeking controller is to operate at a set-point that represents the optimal value of a functional being optimized in the control loop. The results presented here are based solely on assumptions on the curvature of the function being optimized in ...
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