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Techniques for the simulation of large-scale integrated circuits

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New techniques for the efficient simulation of large-scale integrated MOS circults are described. These techniques have been implemented in the computer program SPLICE which combines circuit, timing, and logic analyzes in a single package. The use of SOR-Newton methods permits all three forms of analysis to be performed simultaneously, while event-control is used to enhance execution speed. The performance of SPLICE for the simulation of large NMOs circuits is also described.

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IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems  (Volume:26 ,  Issue: 9 )