Edge T-matrix in network theory
Chen, S. G.
Turney, John B.
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Theory of the edge T-matrix will be developed and applied to derive algorithms for solving basic problems of network theory such as the determination of a fundamental loop or cut-set matrix, the path matrix, the circuit matrix, the seg matrix and the tree summation calculation. Application of the tree summation to the determination of sensitivity functions without actual derivative operation will also be investigated. Formulas for determining topologically the sensitivity function will be proved.
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