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Recent Advances in Electronic Systems Simulation

Recent Advances in Electronic Systems Simulation
Recent Advances in Electronic Systems Simulation
With the ever-increasing density of electronics, whether at a system, sub-system or device level, modelling and simulation is becoming a vital stage of the design process. The development of efficient, fast and accurate techniques is essential in delivering designs that are right first time, on time and within budget. Another significant issue for designers is the increasing complexity of systems, such as system-on-chip or complete network systems on a single chip as well as highly integrated modular systems such as mobile telecommunications, personal electronics, aerospace and automotive applications. Tools and techniques that are able to handle this level of complexity at different levels of abstraction are required to make these advanced designs possible.
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Wilson, Peter R.
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Mantooth, H Alan
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Schwarz, Peter
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Wilson, Peter
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Wilson, Peter R.
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Mantooth, H Alan
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Schwarz, Peter
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Wilson, Peter
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Wilson, Peter R., Mantooth, H Alan and Schwarz, Peter , Wilson, Peter (ed.) (2007) Recent Advances in Electronic Systems Simulation. IEE Proceedings - Computers and Digital Techniques, 1, 499-500.

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With the ever-increasing density of electronics, whether at a system, sub-system or device level, modelling and simulation is becoming a vital stage of the design process. The development of efficient, fast and accurate techniques is essential in delivering designs that are right first time, on time and within budget. Another significant issue for designers is the increasing complexity of systems, such as system-on-chip or complete network systems on a single chip as well as highly integrated modular systems such as mobile telecommunications, personal electronics, aerospace and automotive applications. Tools and techniques that are able to handle this level of complexity at different levels of abstraction are required to make these advanced designs possible.

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Published date: September 2007
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 264671
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/264671
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Date deposited: 11 Oct 2007
Last modified: 23 Sep 2020 16:47

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