A detailed introduction to modern network theory, this book includes computer models of semiconductor devices and circuits, and several computer modeling techniques. The text brings together many
useful techniques and basic concepts that have previously been scattered throughout other texts and professional journals. This textbook can be used in an advanced undergraduate or introductory graduate circuits class
containing students who have completed courses in basic circuit theory and differential equations. The author's eight years of experience in teaching such a circuits course suggest that 40 lecture hours are sufficient
for coverage of most of the material that appears here.