Vlach and Singhal have a book titled something like "Computer Methods for Circuit Analysis" which you may find interesting.
Desoer and Kuh, "Basic Circuit Theory". 1965 amazon.com says it's out of print...
Anyway, those are the two books I used when doing my graduate work which was heavy on the PEEC stuff. Unfortunately I own neither and can't remember how much a review they have of linear algebra.
Hope that helps.
-matt
Mattan Kamon
Microcosm Technologies, Inc
matt@memcad.com
"Shenoy, Jay" wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> Perhaps this should be addressed to circuit simulation / network
> analysis
> algorithm types, but am sending this your way as well....
>
> In the PEEC technique, begining with Ruehli's work, network incidence
> matrices
> and the like are used with great effect to reduce LRC networks. Reading
> through
> those papers, I realized that a few other kinds of simulations I have
> done/am doing/
> desire to do, could also benefit greatly from similar elementary network
> analysis..
>
> I am looking for reference books on network analysis theory that might
> be comprehensible
> to someone with somewhat forgotten graduate-level linear algebra skills
> (i.e. layman).
>
> Did an undergrad class on it once, but it was based on class notes
> which were dumped long ago..
>
> Thanks
> Jay
>
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