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To efficiently analyze the large-scale interconnect dominant circuits with inductive couplings (mutual inductances), this paper introduces a new state-matrix, called VNA, to stamp inverse-inductance elements by replacing inductive branchcurrent with flux. The state matrix under VNA is diagonaldominant, sparse and passive. To further explore the sparsity and hierarchy at block-level, a new matrix-stretching method is introduced to reorder coupled fluxes into a decoupled state matrix with adoi:10.1109/tvlsi.2009.2024343 fatcat:aiftyrzjsvb3tiyegsim5qngre