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Specific topics include large scale parallel circuit simulation, industrial practice of fast SPICE simulation, structure-preserving model order reduction of interconnects, advanced simulation techniques for oscillator networks, dynamic stability of static memories and biological systems as well as verification of analog integrated circuits.
Simulation and verification are fundamental enablers for understanding, analyzing and designing an extremely broad range of engineering and biological circuits and systems. The design of nanometer integrated electronic systems and emerging biomedical applications have stimulated the development of novel simulation and verification techniques and methodologies. Simulation and Verification of Electronic and Biological Systems provides a broad discussion of recent advances on simulation, modeling and verification of integrated circuits and biological systems and offers a basis for stimulating new innovations.
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- Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
- Erscheinungstermin: 12.01.2011
- ISBN-13: 9789400701496
- Artikelnr.: 37410819
Parallel Transistor-Level Circuit Simulation ; Eric R. Keiter, Heidi K. Thornquist, Robert J. Hoekstra, Thomas V. Russo, Richard L. Schiek, and Eric L. Rankin. 1 Introduction. 2 Background. 3 Parallelism Opportunities in Circuit Simulation. 4 Graph Mitigation using Multilevel Newton Methods. 5 Software. 6 Parallel Linear Solver Strategy Comparison. 7 Graph Mitigation Example. 8 Conclusion. References.
A Perspective on Fast-SPICE Simulation Technology ; Michal Rewienski. 1 Introduction. 2 SPICE: transistor-level circuit simulation. 3 Fast-SPICE technologies. 4 Examples of fast-SPICE technologies. 5 Challenges of fast-SPICE and future research. References.
Recent Advances in Structure-Preserving Model Order Reduction ; Roland W. Freund. 1 Introduction. 2 Description of RCL Networks. 3 A Brief Review of Krylov Subspace-Based Model Order Reduction. 4 PRIMA. 5 SPRIM. 6 Thick-Restart Krylov Subspace Techniques. 7 Complex Expansion Points. 8 Concluding Remarks. References.
Injection Locking Analysis and Simulation of Weakly Coupled Oscillator Networks ; Prateek Bhansali and Jaijeet Roychowdhury. 1 Introduction. 2 Oscillators. 3 Injection Locking. 4 Coupled Oscillator Network Simulation. 5 Conclusions. References.
Dynamic Stability of Static Memories: Concepts and Advanced Numerical Analysis Techniques ; Peng Li, Wei Dong and Garng M. Huang. 1 Introduction. 2 Static Noise Margins. 3 Dynamic Stability Boundaries of Bistable Systems. 4 Dynamic Noise Margins. 5 Analysis of Dynamic Noise Margins. 6 Numerical Stability of Separatrix Tracing. 7 Extension to Memory Cells Modeled as High-Dimensional Systems. 8 Conclusions. References.
Recycling Circuit Simulation Techniques for Mass-Action Biochemical Kinetics ; Jared Toettcher, Joshua F.Apgar, Anya R.Castillo, Bruce Tidor and Jacob White. 1 Introduction. 2 Illustrative Examples. 3 System Comparisons. 4 Examples. 5 Conclusions. References.
Circuit-based Models of Biomolecular System Dynamics ; Elebeoba E. May. 1 Capturing the Dynamics of Living Circuits. 2 Simulating Metabolic Processes with Genetic Control. 3 Boolean Kinetics Framework for Simulating Large Scale Gene Networks. 4 Signal Transduction Cascades. References.
Analog Verification ; Ken Kundert and Henry Chang. 1 Analog Verification. 2 Design Time Line. 3 Analog Verification Engineers. 4 Adoption. 5 Examples. 6 Conclusion. References.
Formal Methods for Verification of Analog Circuits ; Sebastian Steinhorst and Lars Hedrich. 1 Introduction. 2 The Need for Formal Methods. 3 Overview over Formalized Analog Verification Methods. 4 Unifying and Formalizing Analog Verification Methodologies. 5 Experimental Results. 6 Conclusions. References.