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Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering SCEE 2008

Costa, Luis R.J., Roos, Janne (Eds.)

2010, XXX, 588p. 495 illus., 195 illus. in color.

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  • Top quality selection of material presented at Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering 2008
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  • Improved readability by short introductions on the scientific rationale of the entire book and umbrella-like introductions for each of the five parts of the book
This book is a collection of 65 selected papers presented at the 7th International Conference on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering (SCEE), held in Espoo, Finland, in 2008. The aim of the SCEE 2008 conference was to bring together scientists from academia and industry, e.g. mathematicians, electrical engineers, computer scientists, and physicists, with the goal of intensive discussions on industrially relevant mathematical problems, with an emphasis on modeling and numerical simulation of electronic circuits and devices, electromagnetic fields, and coupled problems.This extensive reference work is divided into five parts: 1. Computational electromagnetics, 2. Circuit simulation, 3. Coupled problems, 4. Mathematical and computational methods, and 5. Model-order reduction. Each part starts with an general introduction followed by the actual papers.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » 3D - Chaos - Simulation - Wavelet - algorithm - dynamische Systeme - electrical engineering - electromagnetism - model - modeling - multi-objective optimization - optimization - partial differential equation - scientific computing - statistics

Related subjects » Computational Science & Engineering - Electronics & Electrical Engineering

Table of contents 

Computational Electromagnetics.- to Part I.- Challenges and Approaches in EMC Modeling of Wireless Consumer Devices.- A New Adaptive Approach to Modeling Measured Multi-Port Scattering Parameters.- Parametric Models of Transmission Lines Based on First Order Sensitivities.- Domain Partitioning Based Parametric Models for Passive On-Chip Components.- A Novel Graphical Based Tool for Extraction of Magnetic Reluctances Between On-Chip Current Loops.- A Robust Technique for Modelling Nonlinear Lumped Elements Spanning Multiple Cells in FDTD.- Computation of Eigenmodes in Periodic Structures with Dispersive Materials.- Region-Oriented BEM Formulation for Numerical Computations of Electric Fields.- Surface Integrated Field Equations Method to Solve 3D Electromagnetic Problems.- Reduced Basis Method for Electromagnetic Field Computations.- Using Nudg++ to Solve Poisson’s Equation on Unstructured Grids.- Magnetic Force Calculations Applied to Magnetic Force Microscopy.- Relativistic High Order Particle Treatment for Electromagnetic Particle-In-Cell Simulations.- A Statistical Characterization of Resonant Electromagnetic Interactions with Thin Wires: Variance and Kurtosis Analysis.- Circuit Simulation.- to Part II.- Wavelets in Circuit Simulation.- On Local Handling of Inner Equations in Compact Models.- Hybrid Analysis of Nonlinear Time-Varying Circuits Providing DAEs with Index at Most One.- Transient Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits Based on Waves.- Simultaneous Step-Size and Path Control for Efficient Transient Noise Analysis.- Nonlinear Distortion in Differential Circuits with Single-Ended and Balanced Drive.- Evaluation of Oscillator Phase and Frequency Transfer Functions.- Polynomial Chaos for the Computation of Failure Probabilities in Periodic Problems.- Quasiperiodic Steady-State Analysis of Electronic Circuits by a Spline Basis.- Accurate Simulation of the Devil’s Staircase of an Injection-Locked Frequency Divider.- ANN/DNN-Based Behavioral Modeling of RF/Microwave Components and Circuits.- Surrogate Modeling of Low Noise Amplifiers Based on Transistor Level Simulations.- Computational Statistics Approach to Capacitance Sensitivity Analysis and Gate Delay Time Minimization of TFT-LCDs.- Lookup-Table Based Settling Error Modeling in SIMULINK.- Speed-Up Techniques for Time-Domain System Simulations.- Coupled Problems.- to Part III.- Heating of Semiconductor Devices in Electric Circuits.- Analysis of a PDE Thermal Element Model for Electrothermal Circuit Simulation.- Automatic Thermal Network Extraction and Multiscale Electro-Thermal Simulation.- Simulations of an Electron-Phonon Hydrodynamical Model Based on the Maximum Entropy Principle.- Consistent Initialization for Coupled Circuit-Device Simulation.- Hyperbolic PDAEs for Semiconductor Devices Coupled with Circuits.- Large-Scale Atomistic Circuit-Device Coupled Simulation of Discrete-Dopant-Induced Characteristic Fluctuation in Nano-CMOS Digital Circuits.- Evaluation of Electromagnetic Coupling Between Microelectronic Device Structures Using Computational Electrodynamics.- Evaluation of Domain Decomposition Approach for Compact Simulation of On-Chip Coupled Problems.- DAE-Index and Convergence Analysis of Lumped Electric Circuits Refined by 3-D Magnetoquasistatic Conductor Models.- Mathematical and Computational Methods.- to Part IV.- Numerical Time Integration in Quasistatic Computational Electromagnetics.- A Novel Staggered Finite Volume Time Domain Method.- EM Scattering Calculations Using Potentials.- New Trends in the Preconditioning of Integral Equations of Electromagnetism.- Simulation of Large Interconnect Structures Using ILU-Type Preconditioner.- High-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Computational Electromagnetics and Uncertainty Quantification.- Efficient Simulation of Large-scale Dynamical Systems Using Tensor Decompositions.- Robust FETI Solvers for Multiscale Elliptic PDEs.- Nonlinear Models for Silicon Semiconductors.- Multiobjective Optimization Applied to Design of PIFA Antennas.- Exploiting Model Hierarchy in Semiconductor Design Using Manifold Mapping.- Solving Inverse Problems by Space Mapping with Inverse Difference Method.- Model-Order Reduction.- to Part V.- Advances in Balancing-Related Model Reduction for Circuit Simulation.- Passivity-Preserving Balanced Truncation Model Reduction of Circuit Equations.- A New Approach to Passivity Preserving Model Reduction: The Dominant Spectral Zero Method.- Applications of Eigenvalue Counting and Inclusion Theorems in Model Order Reduction.- GABOR: Global-Approximation-Based Order Reduction.- Model Order Reduction for Systems with Non-Rational Transfer Function Arising in Computational Electromagnetics.- Model Order and Terminal Reduction Approaches via Matrix Decomposition and Low Rank Approximation.- Stability and Passivity of the Super Node Algorithm for EM Modeling of IC’s.- Hierarchical Model-Order Reduction Flow.- Partitioning-Based RL-In–RL-Out MOR Method.- Reduction of Large Resistor Networks.- Nonlinear Model Order Reduction Based on Trajectory Piecewise Linear Approach: Comparing Different Linear Cores.- Model Order Reduction for Nonlinear IC Models with POD.- On Model Order Reduction of Perturbed Nonlinear Neural Networks with Feedback.

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