Analog Insydes is a Mathematica-Toolbox for the modeling, analysis and the design of heterogeneous networks, for example of analogue electronic circuits, customized for industrial applications.
Based on a hierarchical netlist specification, it is possible to constitute linear and non-linear circuits as well as regulator systems and to generate the related system of equations in the frequency and time range automatically. A unique feature of Analog Insydes is its capability to calculate approximated symbolic formula for linear and non-linear circuit characteristics, which reduces the complexity of the symbolic terms drastically while user-defined borders can be maintained.
In addition, this can be used to generate reduced behavior models of micro-electrical circuits. Furthermore, it is possible to use the strenghts of Analog Insydes in the analysis of heterogenous networks of other application areas e.g. energy distribution grids or mechatronic systems. This already has been demonstrated successfully multiple times.