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Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: SPICE?
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"Peter Nolan" wrote in message
> In the light of what you said it looks like Spice works very well. If
> design of an ic is based on a simulation it must be very good. This
> more advanced than I first thought.
> I now have the "ice" bit which is integrated circuit emphasis(I think)
> what does the "Sp" bit mean?
> What does "integrated circuit emphasis" mean. Beats me.
> Thanks for your interest.
> Peter Nolan.
> Ps To Kevin Aylward:
> The principle of Special Relativity which states that the speed of
> constant for all observers and the Principle of Equivalence which
> that there is no detectable difference between an accelerating frome
> reference and a Gravitational Field are merely intellectual devices to
> enable calculations to proceed.
Technically, you can actually distinguish between acceleration and
gravitation globally. The statement really applies to *local*
conditions. That is, in a small enough region. There are a lot more
components to the Riemann curvature tensor then there is to an
>You are free to develop your own theories by
> discovering your own starting points. The Principle of Special
> makes no sense whatsoever
I agree, but some do believe that its "obvious* that the universe should
>and an accelerating frame of reference is not a
> real thing whereas a Gravitational Field is.
Well, this depends on definitions of real.
SuperSpice, a very affordable Mixed-Mode
Windows Simulator with Schematic Capture,
Waveform Display, FFT's and Filter Design.
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