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Subcircuit approach to inventive compact modeling for CMOS variability and reliability

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12 Author(s)
Zhou, X. ; Sch. of Electr. & Electron. Eng., Nanyang Technol. Univ., Singapore, Singapore ; Zhu, G.J. ; Lin, S.H. ; Chen, Z.H.
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This paper presents ideas for the development of multi-level compact model (CM) approach to variability and reliability for future generation MOS devices/circuits. Important device/circuit/gate figures-of-merit (FOMs) are formulated in multiple abstraction domains with dual-representation as statistical and probabilistic CMs, and reliability CMs are built into the core CM and propagated to circuit/gate levels. Rather than following the traditional ¿predictive¿-CM paradigm to `chase' a given technology, the innovative ideas promote the notion of ¿inventive¿-CM, in which ¿stat/prob/rel-CMs¿ are developed at the multiple device/circuit levels for variability/reliability assessment together with the evolving technology and design, as it is believed that ¿the best way to predict future is to invent it¿.

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Integrated Circuits, ISIC '09. Proceedings of the 2009 12th International Symposium on

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14-16 Dec. 2009

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