Proceedings of the 39th Design Automation Conference, DAC 2002, New Orleans, LA, USA, June 10-14, 2002.
ACM 2002, ISBN 1-58113-461-4
39. DAC 2002:
New Orleans, LA, USA
Wall street evaluates EDA
Web and IP based design
Design innovations for embedded processors
Passive model order reduction
New perspectives in physical design
Tools or Users:
Which is the Bigger Bottleneck?
Life after CMOS:
Imminent or Irrelevant?
H. Bernhard Pogge
: The next chip challenge: effective methods for viable mixed technology SoCs.
High level specification and design
, Geoff Barrett
: Achieving maximum performance: a method for the verification of interlocked pipeline control logic.
Analog Intellectual Property:
Now? Or Never?
Low-power system design
Fabric-driven logic synthesis
Memory management and address optimization in embedded systems
lighting the way to EDA riches?
What Hurts Next...?
Novel DFT, BIST and diagnosis techniques
Case studies in embedded system design
, Soonhoi Ha
: Efficient code synthesis from extended dataflow graphs for multimedia applications.
Theoretical foundations of embedded system design
, Axel Jantsch
: Transformation based communication and clock domain refinement for system design.
Whither (or Wither?) ASIC Handoff
Embedded software automation:
from specification to binary
Applications of reconfigurable computing
New test methods targeting non-classical faults
How Do You Design a 10M Gate ASIC?
: Going mobile: the next horizon for multi-million gate designs in the semi-conductor industry.
Power distribution issues
Advances in synthesis
Analog synthesis & design methodology
Low-power physical design
Unified Tools for SoC Embedded Systems:
Mission Critical, Mission Impossible or Mission Irrelevant?
Multi-voltage, multi-threshold design
Advanced simulation techniques
Michael H. Perrott
: Fast and accurate behavioral simulation of fractional-N frequency synthesizers and other PLL/DLL circuits.
, Joel R. Phillips
: Time-domain steady-state simulation of frequency-dependent components using multi-interval Chebyshev method.
: An algorithm for frequency-domain noise analysis in nonlinear systems.
Design methodologies meet network applications
Advances in analog modeling
Advances in timing and simulation
Formal Verification Methods:
Getting around the Brick Wall
Routing and buffering
System on chip design
Timing analysis and memory optimization for embedded systems
Processors and accelerators for embedded applications
What's the Next EDA Driver?
Cross-talk noise analysis and management
Test cost reduction for SOCS
Scheduling techniques for embedded systems
Designing SoCs for yield improvement
Advances in SAT
Inductance and substrate analysis
Development of processors and communication networks for embedded systems
Moving towards more effective validation
Energy efficient mobile computing
Floorplanning and placement
, Shantanu Dutt
: Algorithms for simultaneous satisfaction of multiple constraints and objective optimization in a placement flow with application to congestion control.
Circuit effects in static timing
Design space exploration for embedded systems