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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mariya Kazakova
Development of a Software Module for Building Macromodels of Electrical Circuits
8
2018
Nowadays, none of contemporary human beings can imagine his or her life without a smartphone, personal computer, desktop and other gadgets of the modern world. However, people often do not contemplate about the complexity of such devices' development.

In the framework of this graduate work a software module will be designed - this module will simplify the functional schemes of the developed devices to accelerate its operation and reduce the cost of the created appliance. The module will be based on various methods of passive electrical circuit optimization, such as explicit and implicit Euler methods, techniques based on laws of Kirchhoff, the PRIMA algorithm, the method of Krylov and other. Design program for the macromodels' construction is made by means of a development environment Qt Creator. In addition to simplifying the process of designing an electronic device, this module can be applied as a training program for school students and Junior technical students to learn about diverse ways of reducing the number of passive components of the electrical circuit.

The volume of this work is 36 pages including 11 pictures and 28 formulas. The number of sources of literature used in the work is 14.

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