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Item DescriptionCircuit Theory, presented at the IRE National Convention NY March 19-22, 1956. Sessions on -- Circuits I - Symposium on Application of Recent Network Ideas to Feedback System problems; Circuits II - Design and Application of Active Networks; Circuits III - Network Synthesis Techniques
. Papers include -- Network Theory in the Practical Design of Control Systems (Truxal); Some Theorems Applicable to the Problem of Stability in Linear Systems (Bower); Feedback System Synthesis by the Inverse root-locus method (Aseltine); Modulated Control Systems (Graham); Driving-Point Impedance Functions of Active Networks (DeClaris); Active Network Synthesis (Horowitz); Considerations on the Stability of Active Elements and Applications to Transistors (Stern);
Invariants of Linear Noisy Networks (Haus and Adler); Graphical Analysis of Transistor Circuits by Separation of variables (Finn and Dasher); Simple and Double Alternation in network synthesis (Reza); Synthesis of Tchebycheff RC Band Pass Filters (Helman) Pulsed RC Networks for Sampled-data systems (Sklansky); An operational calculus for numerical analysis (thaler and boxer); Linear complementary smoothing compensated for sampled data logs (ryerson).