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Tensors for circuits (formerly entitled A short course in tensor analysis for electrical engineers)
|LC Classifications||QA433 K7 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
Abstract. The study of tensor calculus over semirings in terms of complexity theory was initiated by Damm et al. in .Here we first look at tensor circuits, a natural generalization of tensor formulas; we show that the problem of asking whether the output of such circuits is non-zero is complete for the class NE = NTIME(2 o(n)) for circuits over the boolean semiring, ⊕E for the Author: Martin Beaudry, Markus Holzer. These two tensors will be used in the remainder of the book for several applications, including Maxwell's Equations. Field Tensors. We will define two field tensors, F and G, and we will define another tensor, σ, that we can use to generate one field tensor from the other. Every tensor can be expressed as a sum of simple tensors. The rank of a tensor T is the minimum number of simple tensors that sum to T (Bourbaki , II, §7, no. 8). The zero tensor has rank zero. A nonzero order 0 or 1 tensor always has rank 1.
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It is mathematical—sorry—but it gives the bare-bones definitions that are needed to do Tensors for circuits book geometry.
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Gabriel Kron Tensors for Circuits Dover Publications Acrobat 7 Pdf Mb. Scanned by artmisa using Canon DRC + flatbed option. Gabriel Kron ( – ) was a Hungarian American electrical engineer who promoted the use of methods of linear algebra, multilinear algebra, and differential geometry in the field.
His method of system decomposition and solution called Diakoptics is still influential today. Though he published widely, his methods were slow to be assimilated. At Union College a symposium Alma mater: University of Michigan.
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Tensors for circuits (formerly entitled A short course in tensor analysis for electrical engineers) by Gabriel Kron,Dover Publications edition, in English - 2d : On a related note, Wald's "General Relativity" is a great book that has a couple good chapters on tensor calculus in the beginning.
He eschews the standard (and ill advised, IMO) physicist's shortcut for defining tensors in terms Tensors for circuits book arrays of numbers that transform well in favor of a definition in terms of multilinear maps.
an attempt to record those early notions concerning tensors. It is intended to serve as a bridge from the point where most undergraduate students “leave off” in their studies of mathematics to the place where most texts on tensor analysis begin.
A basic knowledge of vectors, matrices, andFile Size: KB. This book is printed on acid-free paper. General Relativity in a Nutshell. OF SPECIAL RELATIVITY R 13 Box he Riemann and Ricci Tensors and T R.
for a Sphere Homework Problems CONTENTS xi HE STRESS-ENERGY TENSOR T. writing this book is to make available a modern introductory textbook suitable for the first in-depth exposure to vectors and tensors. Because of our interest in applications, it is our hope that this book will aid students in their efforts to use vectors and tensors in applied Size: 1MB.
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Electronic Devices and Circuits II. This book, intended as a text for a first course in electronics for electrical engineering or physics students, has two primary objectives: to present a clear, consistent picture of the internal physical behavior of many electronic devices, and to teach the reader how to analyze and design electronic circuits.
A passage from Kron's book Tensors for Circuits is reproduced below to illustrate not only Kron's mastery of the subject of the analysis of machines but also an inkling of how electromagnetic devices and mechanical devices are different manifestations of the same fundamental geometric and physical phenomenon.
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Variations on a theme. Back in I wrote a post called How to Conquer Tensorphobia that should end up on Math Programming’s “greatest hits” album. One aspect of tensors I neglected to discuss was the connection between the modern views of tensors and the practical views of linear algebra. These functions involve tensors of order 0, 1, and 2: c ∈ R, b ∈ Rn,andA ∈ Rn×n.
However, as soon as we move on to bilinear vector-valued or trilinear real-valued functions, we invariably come upon 3-tensors A ∈ Rn×n×n and the NP-hardness associated with inferring properties of Size: KB. Lessons in Electric Circuits. This free electrical engineering textbook provides a series of volumes covering electricity and electronics.
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Most tensor analysis books I have found are incomprehensible. By far the best book on tensors that I am aware of is the book "a brief on tensor analysis' by simmonds.
I worked through it myself after an undergraduate degree in engineering (after. Al-Khassaweneh, Mahmood Villafane-Delgado, Marisel Mutlu, Ali Yener and Aviyente, Selin A Measure of Multivariate Phase Synchrony Using Hyperdimensional Geometry.
IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Vol. 64, Issue. 11, p. Author: Paul Renteln. Fundamentals of Tensor Analysis Rule of Thumb: For algebra on vectors and tensors, an index must show up twice and only twice.
If an index shows up once on the left hand side (LHS) of “ = ” sign, it must show up once and only once on the right hand side File Size: 65KB. A nice development of tensors in the applied mathematics level can be found in the book "Matrix Analysis for Scientists and Engineers" by Alan Laub.
I also like very much the chapter on the tensor product from Atiyah and Macdonald "Introduction to Commutative Algebra"; this one is abstract but very concise and clear. Circuits and Electronics. This note introduces the fundamentals of the lumped circuit abstraction.
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The four Maxwell equations become one nonhomogeneous quaternion wave equation, and the Klein−Gordon equation is part of a quaternion simple harmonic oscillator. Even gravity may be part of a simple quaternion wave equation, a research topic of much interest to Size: KB. But "A Student's Guide to Vectors and Tensors" (author Daniel Fleisch) is the first actual book I've found that (i) is pitched at a genuinely introductory level, assuming about first year university maths (ii) adopts an explanatory approach rather that the usual tedious 'endless succession of proofs' approach so beloved of many maths authors (think: Dover editions!).
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Dave. probably not one book about tensors in which a major portion is not devoted to manifolds. The CMS extends tensor calculus to moving manifolds. Applications of the CMS are extraordinarily broad.
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