By Mourad Fakhfakh, Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle, Patrick Siarry
This publication explains the applying of modern advances in computational intelligence – algorithms, layout methodologies, and synthesis concepts – to the layout of built-in circuits and platforms. It highlights new biasing and sizing methods and optimization suggestions and their program to the layout of high-performance electronic, VLSI, radio-frequency, and mixed-signal circuits and systems.
This moment of 2 comparable volumes addresses electronic and community designs and purposes, with 12 chapters grouped into elements on electronic circuit layout, community optimization, and purposes. will probably be of curiosity to practitioners and researchers in computing device technology and electronics engineering engaged with the layout of digital circuits.
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In reality each η would be different for each path but because of strong correlations within combinational blocks all values are equal and set to the desired timing yield. t. 31) j∈Fanout (i) i∈ p P(D p ≤ Tmax ) ≥ η, ∀ p ∈ Paths. Assuming normally distributed process variations, the path delays are also normally distributed. A normal distribution is characterized by its mean and variance. 32) j∈Fanout (i) where d¯i is the mean delay of the path and E is the expected value operator. 33) j∈Fanout (i) where σ is a standard deviation.
23) where Ciout is the load capacitance of an output gate i and the set of all gates connected to the output of gate i is represented by F(i). Note that this delay equation is a posynomial. In the next step, the path delays are calculated using the gate delay equation. The path delays are posynomials since they only include summation of posynomials and monomials. t. A ≤ Amax P ≤ Pmax xi ≥ 1, i = 1 . . 24) where Amax and Pmax are the upper bounds on total area and total power consumption, respectively, specified by the circuit designer.
Computational Intelligence in Digital and Network Designs and Applications by Mourad Fakhfakh, Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle, Patrick Siarry