By Sabih H. Gerez
Modern microprocessors comparable to Intel's Pentium chip generally comprise thousands of transitors. recognized generically as Very Large-Scale built-in (VLSI) platforms, the chips have a scale and complexity that has necessitated the advance of CAD instruments to automate their layout. This booklet makes a speciality of the algorithms that are the construction blocks of the layout automation software program which generates the format of VLSI circuits. one of many first books at the topic, this advisor covers all phases of design.
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