John P. Eurich

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lln@g the late 1970’s @ dqring the 1980’s the Electronic Desi Automation industry ew R s@@cantly. Many umversltles and cone es. worldwide added ~si i! %.! F Automation to t eir curriculum. The number of companies o ermg commercial Design utomation products incre~ed by the hund~eds. W~th this gro.~h, many non-standard solutio~ began to emerge, such as(More)
The design processes are basically the same at all levels of applications - chip, board and system. Many businesses involved with design find themselves with a combination of manual methods and a variety of CA tools to accomplish different portions of this process. This implies that the information, or database, is found in a variety of media forms: on(More)
The availability of commercially developed signal simulation products has created a need for a standard set of tests or benchmarks against which these products can be evaluated and compared. To be of any value, these benchmarks must be in a form that will allow them to be easily installed on the many different systems available. The electronic design(More)
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