Abhijit Chatterjee

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Nanometer circuits are becoming increasingly susceptible to soft-errors due to alpha-particle and atmospheric neutron strikes as device scaling reduces node capacitances and supply/threshold voltage scaling reduces noise margins. It is becoming crucial to add soft-error tolerance estimation and optimization to the design flow to handle the increasing(More)
Recently, Gillespie introduced the tau-leap approximate, accelerated stochastic Monte Carlo method for well-mixed reacting systems [J. Chem. Phys. 115, 1716 (2001)]. In each time increment of that method, one executes a number of reaction events, selected randomly from a Poisson distribution, to enable simulation of long times. Here we introduce a binomial(More)
In this paper, a fast transient testing methodology for predicting the performance parameters of analog circuits is presented. A transient test signal is applied to the circuit under (cut) test and the transient response of the circuit is sampled and analyzed to predict the circuit’s performance parameters. An algorithm for generating the optimum transient(More)
UNLABELLED Developing a quantitative understanding of intracellular networks requires simulations and computational analyses. However, traditional differential equation modeling tools are often inadequate due to the stochasticity of intracellular reaction networks that can potentially influence the phenotypic characteristics. Unfortunately, stochastic(More)