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Comparison of ROM transfer functions and absolute error magnitudes obtained by the proposed second-order frequency-limited BT and SBPOR in the range [10^5,10^9]  at port (3,3) of interc2 benchmark.

Comparison of ROM transfer functions and absolute error magnitudes obtained by the proposed second-order frequency-limited BT and SBPOR in the range [10^5,10^9] at port (3,3) of interc2 benchmark.

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Second-order formulation using susceptance elements has become very effective in modeling on-chip inductive couplings. Several prior works have proposed model order reduction techniques for RLCK circuits, mostly based on balanced truncation (BT) and moment matching, providing reduced-order models (ROMs) that can be simulated over the whole frequenc...

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