Complexity 2019:1-7 (2019)

The classic form of Hamilton’s variational principle does not hold for circuits with dissipative elements. It is shown in the paper that this may not be true in the case of systems consisting of the so-called higher-order elements. Hamilton’s principle is then extended to circuits containing the classical resistors and Frequency Dependent Negative Resistors. The extension is also made to any pair of elements which are the nearest neighbours on any Σ-diagonal of Chua’s table.
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DOI 10.1155/2019/2035324
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