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Symbolic simulation: a new approach to automated electronic circuit design

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3 Author(s)
Konczykowska, A. ; CNET, Bagneux, France ; Mulawka, J. ; Bon, M.

Presents a methodology for the generation of circuit structures using artificial intelligence concepts and symbolic simulation tools. A mixed declarative-algorithmic approach is used for circuit-architecture selection. The usefulness of the declarative languages Prolog, in comparison with classical procedural languages, is pointed out for such an approach. A practical example is given in the domain of mixed analog-digital silicon or gallium arsenide integrated circuits, concerning the generation of integrator building blocks for high frequency applications. This study was executed with SCYMBAL, the symbolic simulator for switched-capacitor networks.<>

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Artificial Intelligence for Industrial Applications, 1988. IEEE AI '88., Proceedings of the International Workshop on

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25-27 May 1988

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