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3.6.4 The Curve-To-Vector-Model

The curve-to-vector-model shown in Figure 3.9 is used to extract specific responses of a curve. The result of this operation is data of type vector. For each response that should be extracted, an output port has to be defined using the name of the response, as defined in Description 3.8. For example, to extract the drain current named Drain.I from a curve, a corresponding output port named Drain.I has to be created.

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Rudi Strasser