Network Analogy for Linear Structuresby William R. Spillers,
Serial Information: Journal of the Engineering Mechanics Division, 1963, Vol. 89, Issue 4, Pg. 21-30
Document Type: Journal Paper
A mathematical analogy is made between the network problem and the arbitrary linear structure that allows a formulation of the structure, using the graph theory, which corresponds to the node method for a network. The formulation may serve as a basis for a general computer program for structural analysis. It provides a simple means by which research concerning the solution of large networks may be directly applied to structures (for example, Kron's Methods).
Subject Headings: Linear functions | Structural analysis | Computer analysis | Computer software | Arbitration
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