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An approach for classification of integrated circuits by a knowledge conserving library concept

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2 Author(s)
D. Wagenblasst ; Paderborn Univ., Germany ; W. Thronicke

A simulation based analysis of analog and mixed analog/digital circuits on printed circuit board level requires a lot of information about the involved components. Entering solely the data sheet information into a component library normally disregards structural knowledge which is well-known by the circuit designer. Therefore, the expert knowledge necessary for an optimum use of analysis tools is no more available. This paper presents an approach to overcome this problem. A concept to represent efficiently expert knowledge and classification information is introduced and a classification of circuits which conserves the structural information is presented

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Design Automation Conference, 1995, with EURO-VHDL, Proceedings EURO-DAC '95., European

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18-22 Sep 1995