Symbulator is the premier simulator of linear circuits for calculators. Its current version, Symbulator 6, is designed to run on the TI-89 Titanium, and remains the strongest portable symbolic circuit simulator to date. This volume is Part 1 of its documentation. It offers a comprehensive documentation of Symbulator's DC capabilities. Both the software and the documentation are available for free at mit.edu/symbulator
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Roberto Perez-Franco wrote the code for the first five versions of Symbulator between April 1999 and January 2001, as an undergraduate EE student in Panama's UTP. The sixth version was done fifteen years later, in 2013, while he was a researcher at MIT.
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