By Luciano Lavagno, Louis Scheffer, Grant Martin
Featuring a entire evaluate of the layout automation algorithms, instruments, and methodologies used to layout built-in circuits, the Electronic layout Automation for built-in Circuits Handbook comes in volumes. the second one quantity, EDA for IC Implementation, Circuit layout, and method Technology, completely examines real-time common sense to GDSII (a dossier layout used to move facts of semiconductor actual layout), analog/mixed sign layout, actual verification, and know-how CAD (TCAD). Chapters contributed by way of major specialists authoritatively speak about layout for manufacturability on the nanoscale, strength provide community layout and research, layout modeling, and lots more and plenty extra. shop at the whole set.
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This multivalued decision diagram  (MDD)-based approach is implemented in a tool called GYOCRO . 1 Technology-Independent Optimization Typical practical implementations of a logic function utilize a multilevel network of logic elements. A standard-cell-based logic netlist, for example, utilizes such a network. A multilevel logic network can be abstracted as a directed acyclic graph (DAG), with edges representing wires and nodes representing memory elements or combinational logic primitives.
Many technology-independent optimizations can be performed on a multilevel Boolean network. We present several such optimizations, with a brief discussion of the salient techniques for each. 1 Division A function g is a divisor for f if f ϭ gh ϩ r, where r is a remainder function and h a quotient function. Note that h and r may not be unique. If r ϭ 0, we refer to the process as factoring. Division can be of two types: Boolean [13,67,68] or algebraic [13,69,70]. In general, Boolean division explores all possible functions that divide f.
In the early days, logic design involved manipulating the truth table representations as Karnaugh maps [2,3]. The Karnaugh map-based minimization of logic is guided by a set of rules on how entries in the maps can be combined. A human designer can only work with Karnaugh maps containing four to six variables. The first step toward automation of logic minimization was the introduction of the Quine–McCluskey [4,5] procedure that could be implemented on a computer. This exact minimization technique presented the notion of prime implicants and minimum cost covers that would become the cornerstone of two-level minimization.
EDA for IC Implementation, Circuit Design, and Process Technology by Luciano Lavagno, Louis Scheffer, Grant Martin