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2022

2021

  • Hughes T. (2021) On computing the H2 norm using the polynomial Diophantine equation, 24th International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Cambridge, Uk, 23rd - 27th Aug 2021.

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2014

  • Hughes TH. (2014) On the Synthesis of Passive Networks without Transformers. [PDF]
  • Smith MC, Hughes TH, Jiang JZ. (2014) A Survey of Classical and Recent Results in RLC Circuit Synthesis, 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Groningen, The Netherlands, 7th - 11th Jul 2014, http://fwn06.housing.rug.nl/mtns2014-papers/extendedAbstracts/0127.pdf, pages 1119-1120.
  • Hughes TH, Smith MC. (2014) Questions of minimality in RLC circuit synthesis, 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Groningen, The Netherlands, 7th - 11th Jul 2014, http://fwn06.housing.rug.nl/mtns2014-papers/extendedAbstracts/0121.pdf, pages 1558-1561.
  • Hughes TH. (2014) On Connections between the Cauchy Index, the Sylvester Matrix, Continued Fraction Expansions, and Circuit Synthesis, 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Theory of Networks and Systems, Groningen, The Netherlands, 7th - 11th Jul 2014, http://fwn06.housing.rug.nl/mtns2014-papers/fullPapers/0060.pdf, pages 1121-1128.
  • Hughes TH, Smith MC. (2014) On the minimality and uniqueness of the bott-duffin realization procedure, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, volume 59, no. 7, pages 1858-1873, DOI:10.1109/TAC.2014.2312471.

2013

  • Hughes TH, Smith MC. (2013) Algebraic criteria for circuit realisations, Mathematical System Theory - Festschrift in Honor of Uwe Helmke on the Occasion of his Sixtieth Birthday, CreateSpace, 211-228.

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