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 Minimum Value Function Exists in Waveform calculator? 

Last post Wed, Jan 2 2013 1:44 AM by Andrew Beckett. 1 replies.
Started by canbaltaci 29 Oct 2012 08:17 AM. Topic has 1 replies and 787 views
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  • Mon, Oct 29 2012 8:17 AM

    Minimum Value Function Exists in Waveform calculator? Reply

    Hello,

    I am using ADE, IC5141. I perform a DC simulation and I defined two different scalar outputs (let's say O_1 and O_2). Now, I would like to define a new scalar output O_3 which is the minimum value among the scalar outputs O_1 and O_2. Is there a simple special function to define the output O_3? If there is not how can I define such an output?

     Best regards,

    Can

    • Post Points: 20
  • Wed, Jan 2 2013 1:44 AM

    Re: Minimum Value Function Exists in Waveform calculator? Reply

    In IC615 (and IC614) you can directly reference the name of the output as a variable. In IC5141 however, you'd have to make the output have an assignment. So for example, rather than having:

    O_1 : someFunction()

    you'd have to do:

    O_1: O_1=someFunction()
    O_2: O_2=someOtherFunction()
    O_3: min(O_1 O_2)

    note that you have to ensure that the outputs are in the right order - so that any variables are defined before they are used (in IC614/IC615 this is done automatically so that dependent expressions are evaluated in the correct order).

    Andrew.

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