From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2005-04-11 07:30:27
> Hello Stefan,
> I am a graduate student in Oregon State University. I have done
> courses in
> Analog IC design and undergoing courses in Analog simulation. I find this
> very interesting. I have learned C, C++ languages and quite interested to
> participate in work as a developer.
I am a - not yet - graduate student currently in Munich... anyway: What
what you like to do. What feature dio you miss? You may have a look at
our "official" task list at <http://sourceforge.net/pm/?group_id=90337>
and make your choice. If we found something appropriate you'll
need an SF account to have access to developer CVS. Do you have such an
Your help would be really appreciated,
From: Stefan Jahn <stefan@gr...> - 2005-04-12 09:16:51
> Hello Stefan,
> I have gone through the list and found Harmonic Balance
> as intresting task. As I am currently learning all stuff related to
> methods, I think I can start looking more information about it.
There is right now a (almost) complete documentation of HB (including LSSP)
in the Qucs manual. I started to implement the thingie: put a template
file into CVS and discuss the matter with Michael from time to time. You
could help us by reading the manual section about HB and make your comments
and suggestions. This would be really appreciated!
> I do not have a CVS account. If you have a document which can
> me to understand setting of development enviornment that would be great.
You can check out anonymous CVS at sourceforge (see details at project
page at SF or the home page for short instructions). If you need developer
access then you need a SF account, then I can add you to the member list.