By Eugene Fiume
This down-to-earth creation to computation uses the huge array of options on hand within the glossy computing surroundings. A self-contained advisor for engineers and different clients of computational equipment, it's been effectively followed as a textual content in instructing the following new release of mathematicians and special effects majors.
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Such issues, and the sheer complexity of modern microprocessors and DSP elements, will continue to challenge digital designers well into the century. Their trade-offs will not be addressed here. The challenges that arise in the domain of analog functions are of a distinctly different kind, and stem principally from two unique aspects of analog circuits. First, there is much greater variety, both in chip function, which can take on hundreds of forms, and in the particular set of performance objectives, and even the specification methodology (such as “op-amp” versus “RF” terminology), from one product to another.
Nevertheless, for the modern designer, a circuit simulator, such as SPICE, when used creatively and with due care, can provide deep insights. Many brave attempts, including those of the author in his younger years, have been made to capture design expertise, in the form of programs that automate the design process. These range from such simple matters as calculating component values for a fixed circuit structure, to choosing or growing topologies and providing various kinds of optimization capabilities.
Although simulators may present numerical data to the designer, they do not interpret the meaning of the data nor do they reduce the number of simulations required in order to gain an understanding of or (intuitively speaking) “feel” for the behavior of a circuit. Circuit designers will, therefore, generally have to modify and simulate a circuit several times before they finally achieve satisfactory circuit behavior. It should be noted that the designer at this stage is not necessarily concerned with the exact value of a parameter, but rather the search for the set of orthogonal design parameter changes and/or circuit topology modifications that would eliminate the difference between the desired performance and that simulated.
An introduction to scientific, symbolic, and graphical computation by Eugene Fiume