Bounds for the solution of a system of parabolic equations arising in circuit theory
Marinov, A., Neittaanmäki, P., Santanen, J. P. (1992). Bounds for the solution of a system of parabolic equations arising in circuit theory. In W. F. Ames & P. J. van der Houwen (eds) Computational and Applied Mathematics II : Differential Equations, pp 185-192.
The modelling of the influence of interconnections on the delay time in MOS integrated circuits leads to a system of parabolic equations coupled by boundary conditions given in the form of the ordinary differential equation system. In this contribution we give lower and upper bounds for the solution and verify their tightness by a numerical example.
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