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Animation and 3D color display of multiple-variable data: Application to semiconductor design

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Farrell, Edward J. ; IBM Research Division, P.O. Box 218, Yorktown Heights, New York 10598, USA ; Laux, S.E. ; Corson, Phillip L. ; Buturla, Edward M.

The increasing complexity of digital simulations requires more effective techniques to display and interpret the voluminous outputs. Advanced digital processing workstations and high-resolution color monitors permit a wide range of new techniques for use in examining the global characteristics of each output variable and their interrelationships with other variables. In this investigation, animation, 3D display, and multiple-window imaging have been shown to be effective in interpreting multiple-variable data sets, both scalar and vector. These display methods are used in the solution of two specific semiconductor design problems: the avalanche breakdown of an n-MOSFET and an alpha particle hit on an npn transistor. With these techniques the user can more fully utilize the results of these long and costly computations, making these methods a powerful addition to existing techniques for imaging data.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 3 )