A Brief Introduction to Analog Computers


An analogue computer is a sort of computer that uses the unendingly changeable aspects of physical phenomena like electrical, mechanical, or hydraulic quantities to model the matter being resolved. In distinction, digital computers represent varied quantities symbolically, as their numerical values amendment. As associate analogue computer does not use separate values, however, rather continuous values, processes cannot be dependably recurrent with actual equivalence, as they will with turing machines. In contrast to digital signal process, analog computers do not suffer from the quantisation noise, however, square measure restricted by analog noise

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