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HPCA
2007
IEEE
11 years 2 days ago
Implications of Device Timing Variability on Full Chip Timing
As process technologies continue to scale, the magnitude of within-die device parameter variations is expected to increase and may lead to significant timing variability. This pap...
Murali Annavaram, Ed Grochowski, Paul Reed
SAC
2006
ACM
10 years 5 months ago
Interval-based robust statistical techniques for non-negative convex functions, with application to timing analysis of computer
: In chip design, one of the main objectives is to decrease its clock cycle; however, the existing approaches to timing analysis under uncertainty are based on fundamentally restri...
Michael Orshansky, Wei-Shen Wang, Martine Ceberio,...
DELTA
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Teaching Integrated Circuit and Semiconductor Device Design in New Zealand: The University of Canterbury Approach
Teaching the practical aspects of device and chip design in New Zealand presents many problems, including high manufacturing costs, long lead times, and the lack of local industry...
Richard J. Blaikie, Maan M. Alkaisi, Steven M. Dur...
ASPDAC
2008
ACM
119views Hardware» more  ASPDAC 2008»
10 years 1 months ago
A stochastic local hot spot alerting technique
- With the increasing levels of variability in the behavior of manufactured nano-scale devices and dramatic changes in the power density on a chip, timely identification of hot spo...
Hwisung Jung, Massoud Pedram
GECCO
2003
Springer
158views Optimization» more  GECCO 2003»
10 years 4 months ago
Active Control of Thermoacoustic Instability in a Model Combustor with Neuromorphic Evolvable Hardware
Continuous Time Recurrent Neural Networks (CTRNNs) have previously been proposed as an enabling paradigm for evolving analog electrical circuits to serve as controllers for physica...
John C. Gallagher, Saranyan Vigraham
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