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Thirty years ago in 1983 Professor Daniel Gajski and Kuhn created the now famous Y-Chart to show the various levels of abstraction in electronic system design:
We can still use this Y-Chart today because it still pertains to how engineers are doing their SoC designs. Along the Behavioral axis there is a need to know that each level… Read More
I recently talked to Trent McConaghy about his book on variation-aware design of custom ICs and the #50DAC tutorial we are doing:
Winning in Monte Carlo: Managing Simulations Under Variability and Reliability.
Trent is the Solido Chief Technology Officer, an engaging speaker, one of the brightest minds in EDA, and someone who… Read More
This year’s #50DAC will be chock-full of technical content because that is what attracts the masses of semiconductor professionals, like moths to a flame, or like me to a Fry’s Electronics store. Interesting note, I went to high school with Randy Fry. His Dad started the Fry’s supermarket chain which he sold… Read More
Atrenta are at booth 1847 in the exhibit hall where there will be regular presentations in the “RTL Signoff Theater” and lots of presentations on various aspects of SpyGlass, GenSys and BugScope in their suites. The registration page for the suite sessions is here. Just who is presenting in the RTL Signoff Theater … Read More