Computer Aids for VLSI Design
by Steven M. Rubin
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 1994
Number of pages: 458
Computer Aids for VLSI Design by Steven Rubin presents a broad and coherent view of the computational tools available to the VLSI designer. This book contains insights and information that will be valuable both to chip designers and to tool builders. The exposition is readily understandable to anyone familiar with chip design and computer programming.
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by Bart Van Zeghbroeck
This book explores the behavior of semiconductor devices, to show the relation between the device material parameters, and the resulting electrical characteristics. The text provides the link between the physics and the design of electronic circuits.
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This guide is written in easy language and contains a lot of illustrations. The author would like to give you enough insight into and confidence about your PC's workings that you would dare to upgrade your PC, or build your next PC yourself.
by Edward D. Lazowska - Prentice Hall
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by Noam Nisan, Shimon Schocken - MIT Press
The book exposes students to a significant body of computer science knowledge, gained through a series of hardware and software construction tasks. These tasks demonstrate how theoretical and applied techniques are used in practice.