发信人: tamubird (tamubird), 信区: EE
标 题: Re: 我怎么觉得DEVICE对学CIRCUIT DESIGN的人没什么用处。
发信站: The unknown SPACE (Tue May 14 23:11:20 2002), 转信
I don't think so. Frankly, I think everything is mathematics.
The mathematics in device or analog is just a little bit more
complex. Analog will seem obscure if you are not good at
Surely I don't mean I need know nothing about device. I mean
not too much. I learn some device physics before. But after
design for many years, the device physics is more and more
obscure while the equations are clearer and clearer.
Most EE students are poor at mathematics. That's a tragedy.
Including me. hehe.
【 在 photonwave (laser) 的大作中提到: 】
: Stupid thought!
: 【 在 tamubird (tamubird) 的大作中提到: 】
: : You needn't know too much device physics even for analog.
: : All you need to know is mathematical equations.
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