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We describe new, efficient algorithms for layout modification and phase assignment for dark field alternating-type phase shifting masks in the single exposure regime. We make the following contributions. First, we suggest new two-coloring and compaction approach that simultaneously optimizes layout and phase assignment which is based on planar embedding of… (More)

The performance of high-speed VLSI circuits is increasingly limited by interconnect coupling noise. In this paper we present a closed-form crosstalk noise model with accuracy comparable to that of SPICE for an arbitrary ramp input. We also develop a simplified delay model for estimating delays on coupled RC lines considering input slew times for both… (More)

- Andrew B. Kahng, Sudhakar Muddu, Niranjan Pol, Devendra Vidhani
- ISQED
- 2001

Performance of high-speed VLSI circuits is increasingly limited by interconnect coupling noise. We present simple and improved analytical models for noise phenomena due to coupling capacitance. We extend the Π model presented in [4] to accommodate a segmented aggressor. We also include a linear driver resistance in the modeling of both victims and… (More)

We describe new, e cient algorithms for layout modi cation and phase assignment for dark eld alternating-type phase-shifting masks in the single-exposure regime. We make the following contributions. First, we suggest new 2-coloring and compaction approach that simultaneously optimizes layout and phase assignment which is based on planar embedding of an… (More)

The performance of high-speed VLSI circuits is increasingly limited by interconnect coupling noise. We provide improved, easily computable estimates of crosstalk peak noise, as well as impact of coupling on aggressor delay, for distributed RC interconnects. Our approach is based on better modeling of the distributed interconnects, as well as more detailed… (More)

Given a graph G with weighted edges, and a subset of nodes T , the T -join problem asks for a minimum weight edge set A such that a node u is incident to an odd number of edges of A i u 2 T . We describe the applications of the T -join problem in sparse graphs to the phase assignment problem in VLSI mask layout and to conformal re nement of nite element… (More)

Given a graph G with weighted edges, and a subset of nodes T, the T-join problem asks for a minimum weight edge set A such that a node u is incident to an odd number of edges of A ii u 2 T. We describe the applications of the T-join problem in sparse graphs to the phase assignment problem in VLSI mask layout and to conformal reenement of nite element… (More)

- Xin Tang, Robert M. Wehrmeister, +17 authors Daniel Yu
- 2016 IEEE 32nd International Conference on Data…
- 2016

There is increasing demand to integrate big data analytic systems using SQL. Given the vast ecosystem of SQL applications, enabling SQL capabilities allows big data platforms to expose their analytic potential to a wide variety of end users, accelerating discovery processes and providing significant business value. Most existing big data frameworks are… (More)

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