The paper introduces the capacitor substitution for CMOS logic gates, i.e. NANDs, NORs and inverters. It reveals the necessity of a very accurate and fast method for solving this problem. Therefore the Modern Taylor Series Method (MTSM) is used which provides an automatic choice of a higher order during the computation and a larger integration step size while keeping desired accuracy.

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