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Algorithmic and Knowledge Based CAD for VLSI

Author : Gaynor E. Taylor
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Samples the present state-of-the-art in CAD for VLSI, covering both newly developed algorithms and applications of techniques from the artificial intelligence community. The material is based on a tutorial course run in conjunction with the 1991 European Conference on Circuit Theory and Design, and should interest engineers involved in the design and testing of integrated circuits and systems. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Colloquium on Algorithmic and Knowledge Based CAD for VLSI

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Algorithmic and Knowledge Based CAD for VLSI

Author : Institution of Electrical Engineers. Electronics Division. Professional Group E10 (Circuit Theory and Design)
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Algorithmic and Knowledge Based CAD for VLSI IEE Colloquium on

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IEE Colloquium on Algorithmic and Knowledge Based CAD for VLSI

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Memorias del Tercer Congreso Panamericano de Mecanica de Suelos e Ingerieria de Fundaciones Caracas Julio 1967

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Algorithmic and Knowledge based CAD for VLSI

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The following topics are dealt with: Expert assistance in digital circuit design; use of a theorem prover for transformational synthesis; an overview of high level synthesis technologies for digital ASICs; simulated annealing based synthesis of fast discrete cosine transform blocks; knowledge based expert systems in testing and design for testability; knowledge based test strategy planning; HIT: a hierarchical integrated test methodology; use of fault augmented functions for automatic test pattern generation; macro-test: a VLSI testable-design technique; an expert systems approach to analogue VLSI layout; guaranteeing optimality in a gridless router using AI techniques

VLSI Testing

Author : Stanley Leonard Hurst
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This book is a self-contained introduction to all aspects of microelectronic (IC) testing. It includes the theory necessary for advanced students as well as reference to industrial practice and economics that will interest designers in industry. Chapters cover both digital circuit testing and the growing area of mixed circuits, used particularly in signal processing.

Foundations of Digital Signal Processing

Author : Patrick Gaydecki
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An excellent introductory text, this book covers the basic theoretical, algorithmic and real-time aspects of digital signal processing (DSP). Detailed information is provided on off-line, real-time and DSP programming and the reader is effortlessly guided through advanced topics such as DSP hardware design, FIR and IIR filter design and difference equation manipulation.

Design of High Frequency Integrated Analogue Filters

Author : Yichuang Sun
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This book brings together leading researchers to highlight recent advances and identify promising directions for future development. Motivated by the market for mobile and wireless communications, fully integrated analog filters for high-frequency applications are now receiving great interest world-wide. Chapters are dedicated to MOSFET-C and Gm-C filters, current-mode continuous-time filters, log-domain filters, switched-current filters, adaptive filters and on-chip automatic tuning. The topical nature of the book and caliber of the authors ensures that this book will be of wide interest to the electronics community world-wide.

Technology Computer Aided Design for Si SiGe and GaAs Integrated Circuits

Author : G.A. Armstrong
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The first book to deal with a broad spectrum of process and device design, and modeling issues related to semiconductor devices, bridging the gap between device modelling and process design using TCAD. Presents a comprehensive perspective of emerging fields and covers topics ranging from materials to fabrication, devices, modelling and applications. Aimed at research-and-development engineers and scientists involved in microelectronics technology and device design via Technology CAD, and TCAD engineers and developers.

Wireless Communications Circuits and Systems

Author : Yichuang Sun
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Wireless and mobile communications is a fast-growing area and has an enormous impact on almost every aspect of our daily lives. This book examines integrated circuits, systems and transceivers for wireless and mobile communications. It covers the most recent developments in key RF, IF, analogue, mixed-signal components and single-chip transceivers in CMOS technology, a preferred technology for system-on-chip design. The book takes a top-down approach from wireless communications systems, mobile terminals/transceivers, to constituent blocks, and systematically covers the whole range of analogue, mixed-signal, baseband, IT and RF circuits.

Selected Topics in Advanced Solid State and Fibre Optic Sensors

Author : S.M. Vaezi-Nejad
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Annotation This postgraduate-level book combines the work of a number of leading academic authors, and provides a snapshot of the progress being made in the development of a variety of sensors used in different application fields. The authors of each chapter describe the principles of operation, characteristics and applications of the sensor-type under consideration, as well as recent advances and prospects for future development. These are areas where advances are ongoing so that there is considerable scope for future development activity. Such sensors are applied in many and varied fields of science, measurement and technology. The book will be of primary interest to electrical and electronics engineers (especially those in instrumentation and analytical science), and will be useful to scientists in diverse application fields such as chemistry, biology etc., and those working in applied chemistry and physics.

System on Chip

Author : Bashir M. Al-Hashimi
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System-on-Chip (SoC) represents the next major market for microelectronics, and there is considerable interest world-wide in developing effective methods and tools to support the SoC paradigm. SoC is an expanding field, at present the technical and technological literature about the overall state-of-the-art in SoC is dispersed across a wide spectrum which includes books, journals, and conference proceedings. The book provides a comprehensive and accessible source of state-of-the-art information on existing and emerging SoC key research areas, provided by leading experts in the field. This book covers the general principles of designing, validating and testing complex embedded computing systems and their underlying tradeoffs. The book has twenty five chapters organised into eight parts, each part focuses on a particular topic of SoC. Each chapter has some background covering the basic principles, and extensive list of references. It is aimed at graduate students, designers and managers working in Electronic and Computer engineering.

Test and Diagnosis of Analogue Mixed Signal and RF Integrated Circuits

Author : Yichuang Sun
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This book provides a comprehensive discussion of automatic testing, diagnosis and tuning of analogue, mixed-signal and RF integrated circuits, and systems in a single source. The book contains eleven chapters written by leading researchers worldwide. As well as fundamental concepts and techniques, the book reports systematically the state of the arts and future research directions of these areas. A complete range of circuit components are covered and test issues are also addressed from the SoC perspective.

TheSwitching Function

Author : C.C. Marouchos
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This book demonstrates the usefulness of the switching function in analyzing powers electronic circuits in the steady state. A procedure is suggested for the effective application of this effective application of this method for the analysis of all types of power electronic circuits. The Kirchoff's Laws and the Superposition theorem are applied by introducing the appropriate switching functions in order to derive Unified Expressions of voltage and current in switched circuits valid at all times. The exact expressions of the current in each semiconductor device in the circuit enables the circuit designer to collect all the relevant data to set the ratings of the device such as rms, average and peak values of voltage and current. The order of the voltage and current harmonics at any point in the circuit are derived with simple arithmetic. Compact expressions are derived for Sinusoidal PWM signals based on the switching function. The order, magnitude and phase of each component are derived directly from the expression with simple arithmetic. The educator has a simple way to present to his students the mechanism of operation of complex switched circuits where all the statements regarding their operation are actually presented in the model of the circuit.

RFIC and MMIC Design and Technology

Author : I.D. Robertson
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This book gives an in-depth account of GaAs, InP and SiGe, technologies and describes all the key techniques for the design of amplifiers, ranging from filters and data converters to image oscillators, mixers, switches, variable attenuators, phase shifters, integrated antennas and complete monolithic transceivers.

Strained Silicon Heterostructures

Author : C. K. Maiti
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In recent years, the development of powerful epitaxial growth techniques such as molecular beam epitaxy (MBE), ultra-high vacuum chemical vapour deposition (UHVCVD) and other low temperature epitaxy techniques have given rise to a new area of research of bandgap engineering in silicon based materials. This development has paved the way for heterojunction bipolar and field effect transistors, as well as for novel quantum devices. This title provides a comprehensive introduction to silicon heterostructures, including growth and characterization of materials and descriptions of new heterostructure devices, making it a useful reference for postgraduate students, researchers and scientists.

Low Power and Low Voltage Circuit Design with the FGMOS Transistor

Author : Esther Rodriguez-Villegas
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This book demonstrates how FGMOS transistors can be used in a low-voltage and low-power design context. The techniques used provide innovative solutions, often in situations where the limits of technology in question have been pushed far below the values recommended by the manufacturer.

Testability Concepts for Digital ICs

Author : F.P.M. Beenker
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Preface Testing Integrated Circuits for manufacturing defects includes four basic disciplines. First of all an understanding of the origin and behaviour of defects. Secondly, knowledge of IC design and IC design styles. Thirdly, knowledge of how to create a test program for an IC which is targeted on detecting these defects, and finally, understanding of the hardware, Automatic Test Equipment, to run the test on. All four items have to be treated, managed, and to a great extent integrated before the term 'IC quality' gets a certain meaning and a test a certain measurable value. The contents of this book reflects our activities on testability concepts for complex digital ICs as performed at Philips Research Laboratories in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Based on the statements above, we have worked along a long term plan, which was based on four pillars. 1. The definition of a test methodology suitable for 'future' IC design styles, 2. capable of handling improved defect models, 3. supported by software tools, and 4. providing an easy link to Automatic Test Equipment. The reasoning we have followed was continuously focused on IC qUality. Quality expressed in terms of the ability of delivering a customer a device with no residual manufacturing defects. Bad devices should not escape a test. The basis of IC quality is a thorough understanding of defects and defect models.