Model Generation in Electronic Design

Model Generation in Electronic Design

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Model Generation in Electronic Design covers a wide range of model applications and research. The book begins by describing a model generator to create component models. It goes on to discuss ASIC design and ASIC library generation. This section includes chapters on the requirements for developing and ASIC library, a case study in which VITAL is used to create such a library, and the analysis and description of the accuracy required in modeling interconnections in ASIC design.
Other chapters describe the development of thermal models for electronic devices, the development of a set of model packages for VHDL floating point operations, a techniques for model validation and verification, and a tool for model encryption.
Model Generation in Electronic Design is an essential update for users, vendors, model producers, technical managers, designers and researchers working in electronic design.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 155 pages
  • 162.56 x 236.22 x 17.78mm | 408.23g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1995 ed.
  • XVIII, 155 p.
  • 0792395689
  • 9780792395683

Table of contents

1. A Flexible Generator of Component Models. 2. What Makes an ASIC Library Sign-Off? 3. A Case History in Building Vital-Compliant Models. 4. Modeling Multiple Driver Net Delay in Simulation. 5. DELPHI: the Development of Libraries of Physical Models of Electronic Components for an Integrated Design Environment. 6. VHDL Floating Point Operations. 7. Symbolic Model Checking with Past and Future Temporal Modalities: Fundamentals and Algorithms. 8. KRYPTON: Portable, Non-Reversible Encryption for VHDL. Index.
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