A computer graphics approach to non-linear circuit design.
Tynan, John Malcolm Calhoun
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This Investigation is concerned with computer and programming requirements for on-line network design. A class of problem involving non-linear diode resistance networks was chosen. Such networks provide a useful form of general purpose function generator, here applied to the specific task of symbol generation. A procedure was implemented whereby the user "draws" the required symbol to be generated on a cathode ray tube display, and output is obtained in the form of a labeled circuit diagram of the synthesized network. The validity of the computer- graphic design program was demonstrated by construction and testing of a particular symbol generator.
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