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Optimised transition points of the general cubic-linear piecewise function, fit to measurements taken of a linear and log- arithmic potentiometer. Values are rounded to 3 decimal places. 'Law' column is offset to indicate which law corresponds to each set of end-points.

Optimised transition points of the general cubic-linear piecewise function, fit to measurements taken of a linear and log- arithmic potentiometer. Values are rounded to 3 decimal places. 'Law' column is offset to indicate which law corresponds to each set of end-points.

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Physical circuit models have an inherent ability to simulate the behaviour of user controls as exhibited by, for example, potentiometers. Working to accurately model the user interface of musical circuits, this work provides potentiometer 'laws' that fit to the underlying characteristics of linear and logarithmic potentiometers. A strategy of ident...

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... result is a good fit to the measurements with a peak error just over 1%. Final transitional values of the piecewise function are shown in Table 3. ...