Modern VLSI Design: A Systems Approach

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Prentice-Hall International, 1994 - Computer-aided design - 468 pages
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This work presents an up-to-date view of VLSI design techniques for custom digital integrated circuit design. The text aims to show how to design a variety of digital chips - ranging from CPUs to interface logic - starting with only bare silicon. It covers all phases of the IC design process and provides an insight into how CAD methods should be used. Readers will be helped to understand the complete IC design process, from defining what the chip does, to designing layout and preparing the chip for manufacturing tests.

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