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Numerical Optimizer for LTSpice IV
SeanVN   8/15/2012 7:43:22 AM
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I have written a numerical optimizer for LTSpice IV.  It uses a very fast evolutionary algorithm to automatically adjust component values during an LTSpice IV simulation.  You set whatever circuit performance objectives you require using simple text comments in the LTSpice schematic. It is easy to use and set-up and is well worth having if you use LTSpice IV.

www.evospice.site88.net

EvoSpice 4.1 is free.



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