2014 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE)

24-28 March 2014

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  • DATE Best Paper Awards [4 awards]

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  • PhD forum

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    Provides an abstract of the presentation and a brief professional biography of the presenter. The complete presentation was not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • Call for papers

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  • Table of contents

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  • System design challenges for next generation wireless and embedded systems

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    Application demands in our embedded world are growing dramatically. Consumer expectations and the industry's forward-looking technology roadmaps paint a picture of a connected world full of intelligent devices once thought to have fixed functionalities. Researchers exploring next generation wireless systems, Internet of Things (IOT), and even machine-to-machine (M2M) communications face many chall... View full abstract»

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  • The growing importance of microelectronics from a foundry perspective

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    Microelectronics is the dominant industrial technology of today. Its rate of innovation, spelled out by Moore's Law, is exceptional by any commercial metric, especially, as it has been on this trajectory for almost 40 years. It is not surprising, that other industrial sectors are taking advantage of the innovation engine of the semiconductors for its own product innovation: Cars are safer and more... View full abstract»

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  • Panel: Emerging vs. established technologies, a two sphinxes' riddle at the crossroads?

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  • Emulation-based robustness assessment for automotive smart-power ICs

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    In this paper we present a concept for assessing the robustness of automotive smart power ICs through lab measurements with respect to application variance and parameter spread. Classical compliance to the product specification, where only minimum and maximum values are defined, is not enough to assess device robustness since complex transients of application components cannot be defined within si... View full abstract»

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  • Startup error detection and containment to improve the robustness of hybrid FlexRay networks

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    The research and development on in-vehicle networks (IVNs) is driven by two main requirements: bandwidth and robustness. In this paper we address the robustness requirement. We focus on FlexRay IVNs that are used for safety-critical applications. We analyze and discuss faults that may affect the startup and operation of a FlexRay network. These failures may not only occur during the startup phase ... View full abstract»

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  • A self-propagating wakeup mechanism for point-to-point networks with partial network support

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    As a result of the increased demand for bandwidth, current automotive networks are getting more heterogeneous. New technologies like Ethernet as a packet-switched point-to-point network are introduced. Nevertheless, the requirements on stand-by power consumption and short activation times are still the same as for existing field buses. Ethernet does not provide wakeup mechanisms that are sufficien... View full abstract»

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  • Multi-variant-based design space exploration for automotive embedded systems

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    This paper proposes a novel design method for modern automotive electrical and electronic (E/E) architecture component platforms. The addressed challenge is to derive an optimized component platform termed Baukasten where components, i. e., different manifestations of Electronic Control Units (ECUs), are reused across different car configurations, models, or even OEM companies. The proposed approa... View full abstract»

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  • SAFE: Security-Aware FlexRay Scheduling Engine

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    In this paper, we propose SAFE (Security Aware FlexRay scheduling Engine), to provide a problem definition and a design framework for FlexRay static segment schedule to address the new challenge on security. From a high level specification of the application, the architecture and communication middleware are synthesized to satisfy security requirements, in addition to extensibility, costs, and end... View full abstract»

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  • Transient errors resiliency analysis technique for automotive safety critical applications

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    When a single bit is flipped as a result of a transient error in an electronic circuit, its effect can have a severe impact if the circuit is deployed in safety critical domains such as automotive, aeronautics, and industrial automation. In the design phase it is therefore essential to evaluate, and where necessary improve, the resilience of a circuit to all possible transient errors. In this pape... View full abstract»

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  • Electromigration-aware and IR-Drop avoidance routing in analog multiport terminal structures

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    This paper describes an electromigration-aware and IR-Drop avoidance routing approach considering multiport multiterminal (MP/MT) signal nets of analog integrated circuits (IC). The effects of current densities and temperature in the interconnects may cause the malfunction/failure of a circuit due to IR-Drop or electromigration (EM). These become increasingly more relevant with the ongoing reducti... View full abstract»

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  • Zonotope-based nonlinear model order reduction for fast performance bound analysis of analog circuits with multiple-interval-valued parameter variations

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    It is challenging to efficiently evaluate performance bound of high-precision analog circuits with multiple parameter variations at nano-scale. In this paper, a nonlinear model order reduction is proposed to deploy zonotope-based model for multiple-interval-valued parameter variations. As such, one can have a zonotope-based reachability analysis to generate a set of trajectories with performance b... View full abstract»

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  • Implementation issues in the hierarchical composition of performance models of analog circuits

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    Emerging hierarchical design methodologies based on the use of Pareto-optimal fronts (PoFs) are promising candidates to reduce the bottleneck in the design of analog circuits. However, little work has been reported about how to transmit the information provided by the PoFs of low hierarchical level blocks through the hierarchy to compose the performance models of higher-level blocks. This composit... View full abstract»

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