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Models for Structured IC Design

Gray, J. P. and Buchanan, I. (1979) Models for Structured IC Design. Computer Science Technical Reports, 1979.3230. California Institute of Technology . (Unpublished)

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Traditional design tools based on geometric representations do not provide an adequate base from which to construct and verify silicon implementations of complex systems. More comprehensive structural, physical and behavioral descriptions must be developed from appropriate representations. This paper proposes models which may be used to construct unified and consistent descriptions of the structural, physical and behavioral attributes of a design and also discusses a method of capturing these descriptions using a textual representation embedded in an object oriented programming language.

Item Type:Report or Paper (Technical Report)
Additional Information:Series numbering on title page: Technical Report 3230
Group:Computer Science Technical Reports
Series Name:Computer Science Technical Reports
Issue or Number:1979.3230
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Deposited On:27 Aug 2002
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