OPTIMIZATION NOISE STABILITY BASED APPROACH TO CHANNEL ROUTING
Keywords:multi-layered digital system, crystal, design automation, topology, channel routing, optimization
A solution to an efficiency improvement problem for microelectronic device topology design automation systems is obtained with allowance for noise stability. Noise-stable channel topology designing algorithms are introduced.
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