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Principles of design methodology management for electronic CAD frameworks

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1 Author(s)
M. Zanella ; Dipartimento di Automazione Industriale, Brescia Univ., Italy

The author introduces a set of design methodology management (DMM) modeling principles as applied to VLSI design environments consisting of CAD tools that were not purposely developed so as to be included into design flows and then do not conform to any specific procedural interface. In the author's view DMM services have two major goals: to discipline designers' behavior and to automate the run of tool sequences. The foundation of a model that includes a taxonomy of design methodologies and supports their representation, enforcement and automation is described

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Design Automation, 1992. Proceedings., [3rd] European Conference on

Date of Conference:

16-19 Mar 1992