CAE: a survey of standards, trends, and tools
This text is a definitive guide to computer-aided engineering technology. It provides a broad overview of computer engineering applications, developments, and trends for the future. In addition, it examines hardware and software systems that have become industry standards, focusing on electrical engineering tasks. Chapters are written by state-of-the-art companies such as Tektronix, DEC, and Hewlett-Packard.
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The World of Electrical Engineers
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algorithm allows analog analog circuits analysis ASIC automated automatically behavioral model blocks CAE companies CAE system capability cells chip circuit simulator clock complex components connected cost create cycle database design engineers design rules developed device digital-logic display drawing EDIF electrical electronic elements environment example Figure frequency functions gate arrays graphics hardware modeling implemented input integrated interactive interface layers layout logic gates logic simulator machine mainframe mainframe computer manufacturing memory menu microprocessor minicomputer MIPS netlist operating system output package parameters pattern performance pixel placement polygons problem processor RISC router routing schematic entry schematic-entry screen selected semiconductor signal Silicon Compiler specific SPICE standard standard-cell tasks tester transistors typically UNIX values vectors vendors verification VHDL VLSI voltage waveform window wiring workstation