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SBPOR: Second-Order Balanced Truncation for Passive Order Reduction of RLC Circuits

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SBPOR: Second-Order Balanced Truncation for Passive Order Reduction of RLC Circuits
RLC circuits have been shown to be better formulated as second-order systems instead of first-order systems. The corresponding model order reduction techniques for secondorder systems have been developed. However, existing techniques are mainly based on moment-matching concept. While suitable for the reduction of large-scale circuits, those approaches cannot generate reduced models as compact as desired. To achieve smaller models with better error control, a novel technique, SBPOR (Second-order Balanced truncation for Passive Order Reduction), is proposed in this paper, which is the first second-order balanced truncation method proposed for passive reduction of RLC circuits. SBPOR is superior to the pioneering work in the control community because second-order systems can be balanced via congruency transformation without any accuracy loss. In addition, compared with the first-order balanced truncation approaches, SBPOR is a better choice for RLC reduction. SBPOR preserves not only pas...
Boyuan Yan, Sheldon X.-D. Tan, Pu Liu, Bruce McGau
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where DAC
Authors Boyuan Yan, Sheldon X.-D. Tan, Pu Liu, Bruce McGaughy
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