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The Volterra Series and Its Application By Mark Dunn
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Modeling of weakly nonlinear systems by means of Volterra series analysis is presented. Necessary conditions for representing nonlinearities by a Volterra series are developed analytically as well as... More > heuristically. A two-condition convergence criterion for Volterra series and a method for determining Volterra transfer functions are established. For systems with multiple nodes, an extension of Volterra series analysis; method of nonlinear currents is developed and applied to a MESFET amplifier. Finally, methods of quantifying nonlinear behavior are discussed.< Less
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Modeling of weakly nonlinear systems by means of Volterra series analysis is presented. Necessary conditions for representing nonlinearities by a Volterra series are developed analytically as well as... More > heuristically. A two-condition convergence criterion for Volterra series and a method for determining Volterra transfer functions are established. For systems with multiple nodes, an extension of Volterra series analysis; method of nonlinear currents is developed and applied to a MESFET amplifier. Finally, methods of quantifying nonlinear behavior are discussed.< Less
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Modeling of weakly nonlinear systems by means of Volterra series analysis is presented. Necessary conditions for representing nonlinearities by a Volterra series are developed analytically as well as... More > heuristically. A two-condition convergence criterion for Volterra series and a method for determining Volterra transfer functions are established. For systems with multiple nodes, an extension of Volterra series analysis; method of nonlinear currents is developed and applied to a MESFET amplifier. Finally, methods of quantifying nonlinear behavior are discussed.< Less