Computer-aided network design by optimization in the frequency domain.
Kirk, Donald E.
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The filter design problem is considered as an optimization problem, An iterative search technique is employed to adjust the variable network element values to approximate some desired network response, with a minimum of error. Explicit constraints are employed to ensure physical realizability . The design process uses a combination of a modified version of Calahan's network analysis program with a direct search method of minimization developed by Hooke and Jeeves. The result is a procedure which utilizes the circuit designer's experience and knowledge to set up the problem but relieves him of the tedious labor now performed by the high-speed digital computer.
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