Jens Bargfrede

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Accurate estimation of worst-case crosstalk effects is critical for a realistic estimation of the worst-case behavior of deep sub-micron circuits. Crosstalk analysis models usually assume that the worst-case crosstalk occurs with all the aggressors of a victim (net or path) simultaneously inducing crosstalk even though this may not be possible at all. This(More)
The problem of calculating accurate impact of crosstalk on a circuit considering its inherent logic and timing properties is very complex. Although it has been widely studied, it still lacks an efficient solution. As a result, state-of-the-art crosstalk calculators use simplistic and overly pessimistic models resulting in the over-estimation of crosstalk(More)
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