Hillel Ofek, Lawrence A. O'Neill (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 22nd ACM/IEEE conference on Design automation, DAC 1985, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 1985.
ACM 1985, ISBN 0-8186-0635-5
22. DAC 1985:
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Roger J. Pachter
: Computer aided (CA) tools integration and related standards development in a multi-vendor universe (panel session).
: Custom microcomputers for CAD optimization software.
Yehuda E. Kalay
: A database management approach to CAD/CAM systems integration.
: Engineering workstation applications to systems design (panel session): life above the IC.
J. P. Simmons Jr.
: Early verification of prototype tooling for IC designs (tutorial).
José Monteiro da Mata
: ALLENDE: a procedural language for the hierarchical specification of VLSI layouts.
Francine S. Frome
: Course, video, and manual dexterity (tutorial): tailoring training to CAD users.
: Generalised CMOS-a technology independent CMOS IC design style.
: Resistance calculation from mask artwork data by finite element method.
Thomas R. Smith
: A data architecture for an uncertain design and manufacturing environment.
David M. Lewis
: A hardware engine for analogue mode simulation of MOS digital circuits.
Y. Eric Cho
: A subjective review of compaction (tutorial session).
: Synthesis techniques for digital systems design.
Rob A. Rutenbar
: Future directions for DA machine research (panel session).
Robert Leonard Joseph
: An expert systems approach to completing partially routed printed circuit boards.
: Computer aided design for analog applications (panel session): an assessment.
E. T. Grinthal
: Software quality assurance for CAD (tutorial).
, Robert W. Dutton
: An analytical algorithm for placement of arbitrarily sized rectangular blocks.
John P. Blanks
: Near-optimal placement using a quadratic objective function.
: Effective data management for VLSI design.
Randal E. Bryant
: Symbolic manipulation of Boolean functions using a graphical representation.
: Hierarchical circuit verification.
Edward H. Frank
: Switch-level simulation of VLSI using a special-purpose data-driven computer.
Thomas J. Schaefer
: A transistor-level logic-with-timing simulator for MOS circuits.
: Development of a timing analysis program for multiple clocked network.
Beth W. Tucker
: Electronic CAD/CAM-is it revolution or evolution (tutorial session).