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This paper is divided into three main sections which 1. Cover the historical significance of multivaria ble function generation to analog and hybrid computation 2. Describe a new high-speed Multivariable Function Generator (MVFG) for hybrid computation 3. Conclude with a discussion of possible...
Simulation techniques are very useful in designing static adjustable-frequency ac drive systems and in evaluating alternative control strategies for them. This paper outlines the basic principles of the modern dc-link static frequency converter, and then describes the implementation of a digital...
A discussion of the implementation of a true hybrid func tion generator module is presented. Included is a detailed description of how two of these modules, when used in conjunction with a hybrid computer, are used simultane ously to generate a continuous function of two variables, and how four...
A modular computer program has been developed to assist in the task of seeking optimum solutions to problems being simulated on a digital computer. This ANS FORTRAN IV program may be interfaced with any FORTRAN simulation to monitor use of the statistical techniques of Response Surface...
An interface is developed to link general-purpose simulation processors such as MIMIC and CSMP to sub system computer models containing their own integra tion routines.* Implementing the interface requires no modification of CSMP and only simple additions to MIMIC. Tests using the interface to...
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