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This book presents the state-of-the-art and breakthrough innovations in design automation for cyber-physical systems.The authors discuss various aspects of cyber-physical systems design, including modeling, co-design, optimization, tools, formal methods, validation, verification, and case studies. Coverage includes a survey of the various existing cyber-physical systems functional design methodologies and related tools will provide the reader unique insights into the conceptual design of cyber-physical systems.
The Art of Timing Closure is written using a hands-on approach to describe advanced concepts and techniques using Multi-Mode Multi-Corner (MMMC) for an advanced ASIC design implementation. It focuses on the physical design, Static Timing Analysis (STA), formal and physical verification. The scripts in this book are based on Cadence (R) Encounter System (TM). However, if the reader uses a different EDA tool, that tool's commands are similar to those shown in this book. The topics covered are as follows: Data Structures Multi-Mode Multi-Corner Analysis Design Constraints Floorplan and Timing Placement and Timing Clock Tree Synthesis Final Route and Timing Design Signoff Rather than go into great technical depth, the author emphasizes short, clear descriptions which are implemented by references to authoritative manuscripts. It is the goal of this book to capture the essence of physical design and timing analysis at each stage of the physical design, and to show the reader that physical design and timing analysis engineering should be viewed as a single area of expertise. This book is intended for anyone who is involved in ASIC design implementation -- starting from physical design to final design signoff. Target audiences for this book are practicing ASIC design implementation engineers and students undertaking advanced courses in ASIC design.
This Open Access book celebrates Professor Peter Marwedel's outstanding achievements in compilers, embedded systems, and cyber-physical systems. The contributions in the book summarize the content of invited lectures given at the workshop Embedded Systems held at the Technical University Dortmund in early July 2019 in honor of Professor Marwedel's seventieth birthday. Provides a comprehensive view from leading researchers with respect to the past, present, and future of the design of embedded and cyber-physical systems; Discusses challenges and (potential) solutions from theoreticians and practitioners on modeling, design, analysis, and optimization for embedded and cyber-physical systems; Includes coverage of model verification, communication, software runtime systems, operating systems and real-time computing.
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the major gyrator circuits, simulated inductors and related synthetic impedances. It offers a thorough review of research in this field to date, and includes an exceptionally wide range and number of circuit examples, along with their relevant design equations, limitations, performance features, advantages and shortcomings. The book provides useful information for academics wishing to keep up-to-date with developments in the design of gyrators and other related synthetic impedances, and can also be used as a reference guide by electronics engineers looking to select appropriate circuits for specific applications. The book begins with an introduction to the key concepts of integrated and simulated inductors. Later chapters go on to cover the gyrators, simulated inductors and other related synthetic impedances realised with a wide variety of active devices ranging from bipolar and MOS transistors to the ubiquitous IC op-amps, operational transconductance amplifiers, current conveyors, current feedback op-amps and numerous other modern electronic circuit building blocks.
Design Automation for Differential MOS Current-Mode Logic Circuits provides a very detailed and comprehensive analysis of fundamental MCML circuits, their design and performance optimization under competing constraints such as output drive capability, power dissipation, noise margin, and silicon area. A systematic methodology is presented to build efficient MCML standard-cell libraries, and a complete top-down design flow is shown to implement complex systems using such building blocks. As such, Design Automation for Differential MOS Current-Mode Logic Circuits presents one of the first-ever top-down design approaches using differential cells, for high performance and low noise operation.
This book provides a comprehensive and consistent introduction to the Internet of Things. Hot topics, including the European privacy legislation GDPR, and homomorphic encryption are explained. For each topic, the reader gets a theoretical introduction and an overview, backed by programming examples. For demonstration, the authors use the IoT platform VICINITY, which is open-source, free, and offers leading standards for privacy. Presents readers with a coherent single-source introduction into the IoT; Introduces selected, hot-topics of IoT, including GDPR (European legislation on data protection), and homomorphic encryption; Provides coding examples for most topics that allow the reader to kick-start his own IoT applications, smart services, etc.
This book describes a comprehensive approach for synthesis and optimization of logic-in-memory computing hardware and architectures using memristive devices, which creates a firm foundation for practical applications. Readers will get familiar with a new generation of computer architectures that potentially can perform faster, as the necessity for communication between the processor and memory is surpassed. The discussion includes various synthesis methodologies and optimization algorithms targeting implementation cost metrics including latency and area overhead as well as the reliability issue caused by short memory lifetime. Presents a comprehensive synthesis flow for the emerging field of logic-in-memory computing; Describes automated compilation of programmable logic-in-memory computer architectures; Includes several effective optimization algorithm also applicable to classical logic synthesis; Investigates unbalanced write traffic in logic-in-memory architectures and describes wear leveling approaches to alleviate it.
To surmount the continuous scaling challenges of MOSFET devices, FinFETs have emerged as the real alternative for use as the next generation device for IC fabrication technology. The objective of this book is to provide the basic theory and operating principles of FinFET devices and technology, an overview of FinFET device architecture and manufacturing processes, and detailed formulation of FinFET electrostatic and dynamic device characteristics for IC design and manufacturing. Thus, this book caters to practicing engineers transitioning to FinFET technology and prepares the next generation of device engineers and academic experts on mainstream device technology at the nanometer-nodes.
This one-semester textbook teaches students Electromagnetic Waves, via an early introduction to Maxwell's Equations in the first chapter. Mathematics fundamentals are used as needed, but rigor is de-emphasized in preference to understanding the basic ideas and principles of EM waves. Each chapter includes extensive, step-by-step, solved examples, as well as abundant exercises. Designed for a one-semester course in electromagnetic waves; Introduces Maxwell's equations in the first chapter; De-emphasizes mathematical rigor in order to make key ideas and principles easy to understand; Makes material accessible to readers of varying backgrounds, with extensive use of solved examples; Includes abundant exercises for each chapter.
This book describes a new design methodology that allows optimization-based synthesis of RF systems in a hierarchical multilevel approach, in which the system is designed in a bottom-up fashion, from the device level up to the (sub)system level. At each level of the design hierarchy, the authors discuss methods that increase the design robustness and increase the accuracy and efficiency of the simulations. The methodology described enables circuit sizing and layout in a complete and automated integrated manner, achieving optimized designs in significantly less time than with traditional approaches.
This book gives a detailed analysis of switched-capacitor DC-DC converters that are entirely integrated on a single chip and establishes that these converters are mainly limited by the large parasitic coupling, the low capacitor energy density, and the fact that switched-capacitor converter topologies only have a fixed voltage conversion ratio. The authors introduce the concept of Advanced Multiphasing as a way to circumvent these limitations by having multiple out-of-phase parallel converter cores interact with each other to minimize capacitor charging losses, leading to several techniques that demonstrate record efficiency and power-density, and even a fundamentally new type of switched-capacitor topology that has a continuously-scalable conversion ratio. Provides single-source reference to the recently-developed Advanced Multiphasing concept; Enables greatly improved performance and capabilities in fully integrated switched-capacitor converters; Enables readers to design DC-DC converters, where multiple converter cores are put in parallel and actively interact with each other over several phases to improve their capabilities.