Paul Losleben

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As we become increasingly aware of the limitations of automation, design validation techniques to reduce errors in manual operations are receiving more attention. Hierarchical design systems in particular rely heavily on computer aids for validating designs. This paper identifies current work in this area and suggests areas for future research.
In a field which is at least two decades old, one phenomenon remains constant. It appears that none of us can objectively describe our current status without sprinkling a little of “what might be” into the discussion. While we all complain about the day-to-day fire fights, we are basically forward looking, if only incrementally. Let us drop all(More)
For the past two years, this panel examined design automation as professionals evaluating our own profession. With tongue only slightly in cheek, we discussed “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Implementation” in 1978, and “Adapting to the Joys of Madness” in 1979. Both sessions were hard-hitting self appraisals of the way we do(More)
The state of the art in design automation is a key to the effective utilization of the increasing density and functional complexity attainable on a &#8220;chip&#8221; today. The Department of Defense's Very High Speed Integrated Circuits (VHSIC) program is targeting a density-speed product of 1 &#215; 10<supscrpt>13</supscrpt>(More)
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